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Mainframe Assembler Programming, w. diskette (3 1/2 inch)
Mainframe Assembler Programming, w. diskette (3 1/2 inch)
von Bill Qualls

5.0 von 5 Sternen Excellent for learning and understanding mainframe assembler, 4. Juli 1999
This is a very good book for someone who is new to assembler, but is also appropriate for someone familiar with an assembler language who wishes to learn mainframe assembler. Not only does this book describe the assembler instructions, but it explains important bit-level concepts and the use of structured programming techniques with assembler. The book begins with an example of a one-instruction assembler program for writing a message to the console. As new instructions are introduced, practical examples of their use are presented and explained. Each chapter ends with a series of exercises. The first exercise is always a set of True/False questions (with answers in the back of the book). The remaining exercises are simple programming problems. Included with this book is a copy of a freeware application for simulating a mainframe assembler in DOS. There is also an appendix which describes the steps that are needed on a mainframe to run mainframe assembler programs that were created on the PC. If your goal is to learn to write mainframe assembler programs, then I don't see how you could miss with this book.

Writing Compilers and Interpreters: An Applied Approach Using C++
Writing Compilers and Interpreters: An Applied Approach Using C++
von Ronald Mak

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5.0 von 5 Sternen A good introduction to compiler basics, 7. März 1998
This book delivers exactly what it promises--a complete step-by-step example of writing 'a compiler'. The book is simply a description of one way to build one compiler (and interpreter, and debugger, and various useful utilities).
The basics are well presented. First a topic is described, then source code is presented and explained. The results of test runs are shown, and then off to the next topic. Advanced topics, such as optimization, are intentially left out.
When a person is ready to read a first book about compilers, this is a good one. All source code developed/described in the book is available on-line.

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