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  • Title Compiler Design in C
  • Author(s) Allen I. Holub
  • Publisher: Prentice-Hall (1990)
  • Hardcover 924 pages,
  • eBook PDF (986 pages, 18.3 MB)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0131550454
  • ISBN-13: 978-0131550452
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Book Description

Introduces the basics of compiler design, concentrating on the second pass (in a typical four-pass compiler), consisting of a lexical analyzer, parser, and a code generator. Uses the C language. Appropriate for compiler courses in CS departments.

For students, working engineers and programmers, this book teaches real-world compiler design concepts and implementation. The text dedicates the first chapter to an overview of the basic concepts in C programming, and presents a complete C compiler, including the complete sources for three compiler-generation tools (written in ANSI C).

It also uses LeX and yacc to develop a complete C compiler, and includes a chapter dedicated to the coverage of C++ topics and features.

About the Authors
  • Allen I. Holub is a computer scientist, author, educator, and consultant. He has written extensively on the C, C++, and Java programming languages, and on object-oriented programming in general.
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