Re: How to translate a language that runs on JVM?

"Seokwoo Choi" <holycall@paran.com>
9 Jan 2005 20:49:26 -0500

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From: "Seokwoo Choi" <holycall@paran.com>
Newsgroups: comp.compilers
Date: 9 Jan 2005 20:49:26 -0500
Organization: Korea Research Environment Open Network
References: 05-01-012
Keywords: Java, translator

Java language has more restrictions than Java bytecode,
for example control flow commands, method definitions.
But we usually don't use that features and I found them only in obfuscators.
I suggests #2 approach.
Programming will be simpler and can skip one step (java -> bytecode).


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