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Re: Writing Interpreters, Compilers and Translators in Perl

by lin0 (Curate)
on May 24, 2007 at 13:00 UTC ( #617216=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Writing Interpreters, Compilers and Translators in Perl

Hi Moron,

It looks great! It made me want to go there :-)

Two things that I would add are:

  1. A sort of introduction as to why study compiler construction and why it is a good idea to do Compilers in Perl. Maybe you want to cover that in the Mapping of the technical territory?
  2. A brief description of some of the Properties of a Good Compiler. For example, it has to generate correct code ;-), it has to conform completely to the language specifications, and it should be able to handle programs of arbitrary size.

Overall, very good outline. Good Job!


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[erix]: o/
[erix]: I'm a bit stuck with regex capturing. Anyone wants to ahve a look at my [erix://pad | scratchpad ? (it's the little test program at the top there)]
[erix]: hm [erix://pad]
[erix]: pad::/erix
[erix]: erix's scratchpad
[erix]: ah! ;)

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