|compiler desinging firstname.lastname@example.org (pradeep) (2006-03-05)|
|Re: compiler desinging email@example.com (Gene) (2006-03-06)|
|Re: compiler designing firstname.lastname@example.org (toby) (2006-03-11)|
|Re: compiler designing email@example.com (Jatin Bhateja) (2006-03-11)|
|Re: compiler designing firstname.lastname@example.org (Rafael 'Dido' Sevilla) (2006-03-15)|
|compiler designing email@example.com (Daniele Benegiamo) (1999-04-06)|
|Date:||11 Mar 2006 23:33:55 -0500|
> pradeep wrote:
> > i am trying to desgin a compiler which will support full binary
> > expression evaluation along with decision control system.. i have
> > studied Compiler Desgining by Aho, Ullman,
> > can somebody suggest me sometext book where i can find some source code
> > help ?
> There is an old book by Allen Holub that is pretty much the source
> code for a simple 1-pass compiler explained. ...
> In addition, there are several compiler books that have more specific
> examples than ASU. My favorite for a first book is Kenneth Louden.
> You should also consider studying sources of Open Source compilers and
> interpreters. The most nicely engineered language implementation I
> have seen is Python. Though it's not a native code compiler, you can
> learn much from it. Of course there is GCC, but unless you are very
> experienced at reading C (and even if you are!), this may take some
> serious time.
A much simpler ANSI C compiler, which has been fully documented in
literate programming style, is lcc. Fraser and Hanson's book is dense
but covers everything needed for a complete compiler:
Also see: http://www.cs.princeton.edu/software/lcc/
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