|Interpreter Memory Models? email@example.com (Avatar) (2005-09-17)|
|Re: Interpreter Memory Models? firstname.lastname@example.org (Rick Barton) (2005-10-27)|
|Re: Interpreter Memory Models? email@example.com (Avatar) (2005-10-27)|
|Date:||27 Oct 2005 23:23:19 -0400|
|Posted-Date:||27 Oct 2005 23:23:19 EDT|
Thanks. I actually just picked up the "Unix Programming Environment"
book for this very reason -- it does have very good detailed example of
how to build a stack-based interpreter.
Rick Barton wrote:
> They are very explicit on how to use the stack. It's a small (you may
> have guessed) desk calculator project, but it's very practical.
> Avatar wrote:
> > I am doing some research on stack-based interpreter memory models and
> > would like to know if anyone has any good suggestions for references
> > (articles, books, ...) about this topic.
> > I am primarily interested in the following topics (as they would
> > relate to a stack-based interpreter): Heaps, Stacks, Frames, and
> > Garbage Collection.
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