This note will
develop a fundamental understanding of the issues that arise in program
translation, including syntax analysis, translation, and rudimentary program
optimization. Topics covered includes: The Compiler's Front End, Local Register
Allocation, Implementing Scanners, Lexical Analysis, Parsing, Intermediate
Representations and Code Shape.
This note covers the following topics:
Introduction, lexical analysis, LL parsing, LR parsing, JavaCC and JTB, Semantic
analysis, Translation and simplification, Liveness analysis and register
allocation, Activation Records.
This book attempts to explain
and demystify the principles of compiler writing. There is enough detail in this
book to build a compiler for quite a complicated language certainly PASCAL,
perhaps ALGOL 68 or SIMULA 67, but it doesn't attempt an encyclopaedic
coverage of the field.
goal of the note is to understand how a modern compiler is structured and the
major algorithms used to translate code from high-level to machine language.
Topics covered are: Overview of compilers, Scanners and lexical analysis,
Parsing, Static semantics, type checking, and symbol tables, Runtime
organization and code shape, Code generation - instruction selection and
scheduling, Register allocation, Program analysis, optimization, and program
This book has been written to support a practically
oriented course in programming language translation for senior undergraduates in
Computer Science. It covers the following topics: Translator classification and
structure, Compiler construction and bootstrapping, Machine emulation, Language
specification, Simple assemblers, Advanced assembler features, Grammars and
their classification, Parser and scanner construction, Syntax-directed
translation, Using Coco/R - Case studies, A simple compiler - the front end and
back end, Simple block structure, Parameters and functions.
This note covers the following topics: Introduction to Compiling, A
Simple One-Pass Compiler, Lexical Analysis, Syntax Analysis, Syntax-Directed
Translation, Type Checking, Run-Time Environments, Intermediate Code Generation,
Code Generation and Code Optimization.