|Compiler text now available on-line firstname.lastname@example.org (Pat Terry) (1999-11-16)|
|From:||"Pat Terry" <email@example.com>|
|Date:||16 Nov 1999 23:46:19 -0500|
I have just completed the first "official" release of the on-line edition of
Compilers and Compiler Generators
a text first published by International Thomson in 1997
and now, with the demise of ITCP, out of print. The book
is aimed at a senior undergraduate market, covering (in particular)
recursive descent parsing and the construction of hand-crafted and
compiler-generated compilers for stack machines. It also discusses the
use of the parser generator Coco/R in detail. The case studies are presented
in C++ but compatible source code is supplied for Pascal and Modula-2
versions as well.
Point your browser at
There you will find the text in HTML form, links to compressed files that
can be downloaded to obtain all the HTML pages to create a local copy,
as well as to files that should allow you to print yourself a
copy on A4 paper on a LaserJet compatible printer and to sites
where you can obtain all the source code.
Pat Terry, Computer Science, Rhodes University
Phone +27-(46)-6038292 Fax +27-(46)-6361915
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