An Introduction to Compiler Writing

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Macdonald and Jane's, 1975 - Compilers (Computer programs). - 307 pages
This book is an introduction to compiler writing, written in a narrative style. Starting with a basic language and compiling it, then expanding the language by degrees and modifying the compiler to accommodate the expansions. The basic language used expands to the power of Algol, and a working knowledge of Algol and Fortran is required, particularly for static storage allocation schemes. Generally, the book deals with broad principles rather than detailed representation.

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