Re: Compiler 101

"one2001boy@yahoo.com" <one2001boy@yahoo.com>
28 Feb 2005 00:50:02 -0500

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From: "one2001boy@yahoo.com" <one2001boy@yahoo.com>
Newsgroups: comp.compilers
Date: 28 Feb 2005 00:50:02 -0500
Organization: Compilers Central
References: 05-01-067 05-01-086
Keywords: interpreter

Jon Masterson wrote:
>>Hi All
>>
>>Jon
>>[Our usual advice is first to look at existing scripting languages
>>such as python, Ruby, Lua, and TCL. There's rarely a compelling
>>reason that you need to invent yet another scripting language, and
>>it's a whole lot easier to hook your application to one that already
>>works. -John]


> Thanks for the advice but the simulator program that I need to control
> has very specific requirements and using any sort of pre-existing
> language would not be much help - I do not know of any that can
> describe a cloud layer or the state of an aircraft cockpit instruments
> in a single statement
>


Not sure if embedded C/C++ interpreter ch will help? you can check more at


        http://www.softintegration.com/support/faq/embed.html


> Jon
> [I don't see why not. Most of them have some sort of structure you can
> use. -John]





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