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|From:||firstname.lastname@example.org (Michael Trofimov)|
|Date:||18 Mar 1998 22:46:40 -0500|
Please, help me!
Do you know anyhow about extendsiable compilers? In the book
"Algorithms+[DS...]" Wirth wrote that is _VERY_ impossible (not quite,
but "very"). This time, I develope a compiler, which uses structured
diagrams for syntax analyzing...
Do you know an example of similar approach?
Michael I. Trofimov
Russian Academy of Sci. Moscow, Russia
[Extensible languages were fashionable in the mid 1970s. It's not
that hard to do, but people found that the ability to write each
program in a slightly different, incompatible, language wasn't all that
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