Re: Writing Compilers in Functional Languages

stephen@dino.dnsalias.com (Stephen J. Bevan)
28 Apr 2005 14:30:12 -0400

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From: stephen@dino.dnsalias.com (Stephen J. Bevan)
Newsgroups: comp.compilers
Date: 28 Apr 2005 14:30:12 -0400
Organization: just me at home
References: 05-04-068
Keywords: functional

"Kkaa" <onlyafly@gmail.com> writes:
> Are there any books or online resources that instead focus on using
> functional languages as implementation languages? I'm considering
> using Haskell or Scheme, but I'm hoping that the resources won't
> assume a particular functional langauge.


If you are familiar with or interested in SML then try :-


    Modern Compiler Implementation in ML
    Andrew Appel
    Cambridge University Press 1998
    http://www.cs.princeton.edu/~appel/modern/ml/


You might also find the following interesting :-


    Compiling with Continuations
    Andrew W. Appel
    Cambridge University Press
    1992



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