Engineering a Compiler 3rd Ed (Morgan Kaufmann)
Monday, 07 November 2022

This book covers the latest developments in compiler technology, with new chapters focusing on semantic elaboration (the problems that arise in generating code from the ad-hoc syntax-directed translation schemes in a generated parser), on runtime support for naming and addressability, and on code shape for expressions, assignments and control-structures. Keith Cooper and Linda Torczon have revised this edition with a fresh approach to learning important techniques for constructing a modern compiler, combining basic principles with pragmatic insights from their own experience building state-of-the-art compilers.

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Authors: Dr Keith Cooper and Linda Torczon
Publisher: Morgan Kaufmann
Date: October 2022
Pages: 848
ISBN: 978-0128154120
Print: 0128154128
Kindle: ‎ B0BBV4N5FG
Audience: Systems programmers
Level: Intermediate/Advanced
Category: Software Architecture 

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