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Writing Compilers and Interpreters: An Applied Approach (Englisch) Taschenbuch – April 1991

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"Writing Compilers and Interpreters" treats the topic of compiler design as a set of practical skills rather than a body of theory. These skills are taught through a series of source program utilities - by the end of the book the reader will have written a small library of useful utilities, an interactive debugging interpreter and a working Pascal compiler in C. The similarities and differences between compilers and interpreters are clearly defined - including advantages and drawbacks.


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5.0 von 5 Sternen Ver informative 3. Dezember 1998
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This book provides a detailed explanation on how compilers and interpretors (a high level concept) reads near human language text, and creates byte code that can be interpreted or executed on your system.
Using Pascal as an example, it begins by building a scanner, defining tokens, and reading a text stream. Complete examples allow the audience to either read through the example while reading the explanation, or copy the code into any C compiler for a quick test drive.
The explanations and the level of complexity increase as he reaches further toward building a full compiler, yet stops short of creating a full Pascal compiler. The reason being .. he gives the audience everything they need to complete the job, and let's them figure it out.
Overall, this is a good book for anyone interested in parsing any type of document. There are no drastic jumps or leaps of intuition that need to be made. It provides a good understanding of how to parse other languages like C, Java, HTML, XML, or otherwise.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Good for those who need an "applied approach" 2. Oktober 2013
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This book is very good if you are actually needing to quickly develop interpreters and compilers using C. There is no much theory as the author says in the preface, the focus here is to construct tools. I particulary liked the way Mr. Mak used to gradatively introduce the parts necessary to compiler construction, by increasing the complexity and functionality of the code through each chapter. At the end we have a functional, old style, interpreter with debugger and a compiler, all of these to the standard Pascal language, but the routines developed here can be easily ported to deal with other languages.

The C code style used in this book is quite old fashioned (the book is from 1991), but I have ported it to MingW, Visual Studio 2012 and gcc without any problems and everything worked just fine. After doing the convertions, I payed more attention to the fact the code is actually quite functional, with a very good modularity of the routines and tools. It's easy to use it for different purposes, the scanner, the parser, the expressions analyser, each one is placed on it's own module to be used in separate if necessary.

The parser method that Mr. Mak decided to use on his tools is the recursive descent, which is not the fastest method to parse sentences in a programming language but for sure is the easiest to understand since all the code here is written without the help of lexical tools (lex & yacc).

I made a mistake regarding this book, I bought first the 2nd edition of it which uses C++ code instead of the standard C. The C++ code in the 2nd edition is not really good, it is badly written and it's outdated in a way that makes difficult to use it in nowadays compilers, but I realized it was just C code ported to C++ in a rush. that's not the case in this first edition that uses the standard C which now I'm porting to C++ in my own way. I know there is a recent 3rd edition of this book where the tools are written in Java, but have not read it yet.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Big help for self study 1. Juni 2010
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First of all, this book is the C edition. The newer editions use C++ and Java - the Java version being the newest one. This might not be the book for those who are looking for comprehensive coverage on the topic, but in my opinion, this book will help anyone who wants to get started in coding a simple compiler/interpreter that works. I am using MS Visual Studio 2008 with this book and so far I am understanding the topics presented. This is the most hands-on book on this topic that I have found.
5.0 von 5 Sternen Great old classic 11. September 2016
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A true classic in the area.
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4.0 von 5 Sternen Four Stars 7. April 2015
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great book
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