|Book reference for Waite and Carter? firstname.lastname@example.org (1994-01-19)|
|From:||email@example.com (Inbal Cohen-Hamo)|
|Keywords:||books, question, comment|
|Date:||Wed, 19 Jan 1994 08:00:50 GMT|
some time ago someone refered to the following book:
William M. Waite and Lynn Robert Carter, "An Introduction to Compiler
Has anyone read it (beside the author who recommeded it)? Is it good as an
a practical introduction to compilers?
The reason I ask it because I recentely goined the compiler development
group with almost no prior knoledge of compiler (I missed the compilation
course the university). I started on the dragon book, but its a bit too
heavy and theoretical for me, so I'm looking for something easier to start
with. Any reference is welcome.
BTW, we are working on a GNU based compiler now. If there is any reference
that explain the internals of gcc, it is welcome (beside gcc doc, which
doesn't explain on the things I need).
Inbal Cohen-Hamo NSTA
Mail : firstname.lastname@example.org
phone : 972-9-594309 fax : 972-9-558322
[If someone sends in a capsule review, I'll add it to the list of compilers
books in the FAQ. -John]
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