|psuedo-code C compiler? email@example.com (Dr. Bruce McKenzie) (1990-10-08)|
|From:||"Dr. Bruce McKenzie" <firstname.lastname@example.org>|
|Keywords:||C, code, question|
|Date:||Mon, 08 Oct 90 20:42:31 +1300|
I am posting this request for a local company without email or news
access. Please reply to me via email and I will pass the information
on. Their question is:
"The motivation is to find a C compiler which generates space-efficient
code rather than speed-efficient code. The best way I know of doing this
is to generate psueudo-code which is interpreted by a kernel at runtime.
The target architecture is MS-DOS, though the compiler can run on
anything. So, I want to knw if there is a C compiler which generates
interpreted code to run under MS-DOS."
Dr. Bruce McKenzie <email@example.com>
Postal Address: Department of Computer Science, University of Canterbury,
Private Bag, Christchurch, New Zealand
[Microsoft apparently uses such a compiler for MS Word and other applications,
but I haven't seen one for sale. -John]
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