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Principles of Compiler Design (Englisch) Gebundene Ausgabe – August 1977

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The Best Book Available on Compiler Design 29. September 1999
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Format: Gebundene Ausgabe
The quintessential reference for anyone interested in the subject of compiler design and development. This sub-field of Computer Science forms a scientific core the theory of which is universally applicable to so many areas of our field that every professional computer scientist and software developer/programmer should be intimately familiar with the basic tenets included: lexical analysis, parsing, optimization, symbol management, space vs. time considerations, and especially BNF (notation for specifying grammars). Even if you are not a compiler developer and have no intention of becoming one, this knowledge is so fundamental to being a good software developer and intelligent user of compilers that no professional can afford not to have read this book and keep it handy as a reference.
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One of the few really good books 13. Mai 1999
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Format: Gebundene Ausgabe
It is really a great book, especially for self study. Unlike newer variations on the same theme that are more concerned with stuffing a book with something that makes the table of contents look attractive, this one really covers things in detail. Very well written too. Books like that re-kindle the '...love of study, a passion which derives fresh vigour from enjoyment...' as Gibbon put it. Makes you suddenly recall why you still are in this damn profession. Keep it handy--for psychological reasons, to be used in moments of Microsoft "technologies" triggered developmental distress.
They used to write good books (tm) <g>
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Excellent book but not for a `crash course' 4. November 1999
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The top researchers in the field give this (by now) legendary compiler book. Crisp and stimulating discussions of the various phases of compilers. A major disadvantage is that examples & exercises are few. While reading the stuff on LALR parsers for the first time one feels woefully lost.... serious stuff intended for careful study - not just another book for perusal.
First 2 chapters are worth the price itself 9. Juni 2014
Von Charisse - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I have read 2 chapters so far and this book is great - explains the gritty details of implementing languages w/o using grad-school level terminology. Plain english and easy to understand. I'll update again when I am further along.
Almost a Matrix-like download 1. Juni 2013
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Format: Gebundene Ausgabe Verifizierter Kauf
The key to a book being 'really amazing' can often just be that it is pitched to the exact level the reader needs, and is about something he or she is really interested in. I think both of these things conspire to make me a biased reviewer of this text, but I can say that after just the first chapter I was already putting what I learned to work in an ASP program...yes, not a theoretical compiler project, etc., but a good-old website. There is so much that we do in programming that is compiler-like (and so much we do to interact with the compilers driving our languages) that having a better conceptualization and a solid vocabulary to describe what compiling is about can benefit any programmer.

The writing style is direct, not boring, and is not entirely absent of a little dry wit. But it is not personal. The cover art should not lead you to think this is a 'fun' approach to the subject. It's business.

Can't go wrong if you like this sort of thing. If you're a student just trying to get by somehow, well, at the price I guess you might as well give it a try. Besides, then you can throw in some comment about "the dragon book," and seem really in the know about this 'classic'.
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