|compilers, in a nutshell firstname.lastname@example.org (1994-05-09)|
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|Date:||Tue, 10 May 1994 06:53:13 GMT|
firstname.lastname@example.org (Dan Ellard) writes:
>If you had a six hours of lecture time to discuss compilers, what would
I think that is hardly enough time to brush on the subject, but well,
if you have to.
But first, what do the students know when they enter this course?
I consider it important that you say something about the things
compilers work on and with: programs, the programming language and the
underlying model of the language. And also how a compiler deals with
>My current outline (which is very rough) looks like:
I would add:
>1. What is a compiler?
1a. Programming languages and the meaning of programs
>2. Lexical analysis
>3. Parsing ...
>1. Intermediate representations.
>2. Type checking / inference.
2. Type checking / inference / semantics
>Lecture 3 ...
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