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Trends in compiler construction

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dc.contributor.editor Steenkamp, A.L. 2018-08-15T06:08:22Z 2018-08-15T06:08:22Z 1995 1995
dc.identifier.citation Watson, B.W. (1995)Trends in compiler construction. Papers Delivered at the SAICSIT 95 Research and Development Symposium (South African Institute for Computer Scientists and Information Technologists), Film Auditorium, University of South Africa, Pretoria, 25-26 May1995, edited by A.L. Steenkamp (UNISA) (ISBN 0-86981-909-7) en
dc.identifier.isbn 0-86981-909-7
dc.description.abstract Compiler writing techniques have undergone a number of major revisions over the past forty years. The introduction of object-oriented design and implementation techniques promises to improve the quality of compilers, while malting large-scale compiler development more manageable. In this paper, we will show that a new way of thinking of a compiler's structure is required to achieve complete object-orientation. This new view on compiling can lead to alternative formulations of parsing and code generation. In practice, the object-oriented formulations have not only proven to be highly efficient, but they have also been particularly easy to teach to students. en
dc.language.iso en en
dc.subject Object-oriented compilers en
dc.subject Parsers en
dc.subject Object-oriented parsers en
dc.title Trends in compiler construction en

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