The compilation approach in modern languages

"Ganny" <sgganesh@gmail.com>
11 Feb 2005 22:31:56 -0500

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From: "Ganny" <sgganesh@gmail.com>
Newsgroups: comp.compilers
Date: 11 Feb 2005 22:31:56 -0500
Organization: http://groups.google.com
Keywords: design, question

What are the new languages that can possibly become mainstream
programming languages in academia/industry, and what is the
compilation technology they follow?


The arrival of Java bought the use of sophisticaed runtimes VM to the
mainstream (compared to the C/C++ native code approach). Does most of
the newer languages follow the similar approach, or most of them
follow the conventional approach of native code generation?


-Ganesh


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