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5.0 von 5 Sternen The classical dragon book
I just recently bought the new edition of the "dragon book" and it seems to be a really high quality book (being worth the spent money). Although I studied electrical engineering and did only have a brief understanding of compilers, the book provides a very good opportunity to learn more about the (partially quite theoretical) backgrounds of compilers. The writing style...
Veröffentlicht am 16. März 2007 von Daniel Platte

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This book doesn't help to get systematic, general, and consistent knowledge about how to design a new programming language or how to develop a new compiler. Authors tend to explain even the most simple things using a lot of words, making an illusion it's a complicated stuff.

After reading first chapters of this book, I have decided to stop and to search for...
Veröffentlicht am 18. Januar 2009 von Vadim Kataev


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5.0 von 5 Sternen The classical dragon book, 16. März 2007
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I just recently bought the new edition of the "dragon book" and it seems to be a really high quality book (being worth the spent money). Although I studied electrical engineering and did only have a brief understanding of compilers, the book provides a very good opportunity to learn more about the (partially quite theoretical) backgrounds of compilers. The writing style is very good to read. Furthermore, I like the mixture of theory and practical examples as provided by the book very much.
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2.0 von 5 Sternen Deep disappointment, 18. Januar 2009
This book doesn't help to get systematic, general, and consistent knowledge about how to design a new programming language or how to develop a new compiler. Authors tend to explain even the most simple things using a lot of words, making an illusion it's a complicated stuff.

After reading first chapters of this book, I have decided to stop and to search for another sources of explanation, and I found one very helpful, useful book "Engineering a Compiler" by Keith D. Cooper and Linda Torcson. Some passages below should give you a feeling of how different they are.

On Context-Free Grammars

1) from "Compilers. Principles, Techniques, and Tools":
[...]In this section, we introduce a notation - the "context-free grammar", or "grammar" for short - that is used to specify the syntax of a language. Grammars will be used throughout this book to organize compiler front ends.[...]

2) from "Engineering a Compiler":
[...]The traditional notation for expressing syntax is a grammar - a collection of
rules that define, mathematically, when a string of symbols is actually a sentence
in the language.
Computer scientists usually describe the syntactic structure of a language
using an abstraction called a context-free grammar (cfg). [...]
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