Programming Language Processors in Java: Compilers and Interpreters

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Prentice Hall, 2000 - Computers - 436 pages

This book provides a gently paced introduction to techniques for implementing programming languages by means of compilers and interpreters, using the object-oriented programming language Java. The book aims to exemplify good software engineering principles at the same time as explaining the specific techniques needed to build compilers and interpreters.

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DAVID WATT teaches algorithms and data structures, programming language, and software design. DERYCK BROWN teaches compilers, object-oriented programming, operating systems, and software engineering.

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