|Pascal P-Code, Modula M-Code MM0F@ns.cc.lehigh.edu (1991-09-22)|
|Re: Pascal P-Code, Modula M-Code hoelzle@Neon.Stanford.EDU (1991-09-23)|
|Re: Pascal P-Code; PD compiler; teaching compiler email@example.com (1991-09-27)|
|From:||firstname.lastname@example.org (Steven Pemberton)|
|Keywords:||Pascal, code, available|
|Date:||27 Sep 91 14:26:37 GMT|
This is in reply to 3 postings:
1: Asking for a PD Pascal Compiler
2: Asking for toy compilers to use for courses
3: Asking for references to P-Code.
As a result of public demand, I have just posted to comp.sources.misc the
Pascal P-code compiler that I used in a compiler course and documented in
the book "Pascal Implementation" (details in the posting).
The advantage of using this compiler was that it wasn't really a toy: it
compiled roughly the whole language, so you could also treat the difficult
parts that toy compilers often miss out, but was small enough (4000 lines)
to study in one term.
Steven Pemberton, CWI, Amsterdam; email@example.com
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