18 Nov 1997 12:21:01 -0500

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From: | Thorsteinn Sigurdsson <thorssig@mmedia.is> |

Newsgroups: | sci.math,sci.math.symbolic,comp.compilers |

Date: | 18 Nov 1997 12:21:01 -0500 |

Organization: | Home Sweet Home |

References: | 97-11-060 |

Keywords: | question, parse |

In message 97-11-060

hlinde@euronet.nl (Henk Linde) wrote:

*> I want to expand this to include matrices,functions and user defined*

*> functions. Does anyone here have such an algebra lying around ? Could*

*> you mail it to me ? Or can you point me where I can find one ?*

Recently I read a tuturial called "Let's build a compiler!" by

Jack W. Crenshaw where he describes construction of a "pascal" like

compiler. Simple and the most comprehensive doc I've found so far.

He covers what you want, don't remember about matrices though.

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Thorsteinn Sigurdsson (thorssig@mmedia.is)

[Crenshaw's tutorial's here at http://www.iecc.com/compilers/ -John]

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