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- Title SQL All-in-One For Dummies
- Author(s) Allen G. Taylor
- Publisher: For Dummies; 3rd edition (April 23, 2019)
- Paperback : 768 pages
- Language: English
- ISBN-10 : 1119569613
- ISBN-13 : 978-1119569619
Book Description – Implementing Programming Languages pdf
Implementing Programming Languages pdf – Implementing a programming language entails bridging the gap between the high-level thinking of the programmer and the zeros and ones of the machine. Programmers can focus on the actual problems they have to address rather than the intricacies of machines if this is done in an effective and reliable manner. However, comprehending the entire chain from languages to machines remains an important component of any serious programmer’s education. It will result in a more capable coder who will be able to create new languages as well. Learning a new language is typically the most effective approach to tackle an issue, and it is much easier than it appears. Theoretical models serve as a blueprint for actual coding in this book, which takes a theory-based practical approach. The reader is shown how to create scalable and well-understood compilers and interpreters.
Furthermore, the solutions are adaptable to a variety of programming languages. Using the BNF Converter tool, much of the actual code is generated automatically from the grammar of the language. The rest can be written in Haskell or Java, which the book covers in detail, but it can also be done in C, C++, C#, or OCaml, which the BNF Converter supports. The book’s major concentration is on standard imperative and functional languages: the source languages are a subset of C++ and a subset of Haskell, and the main target is the Java Virtual Machine. To complete the chain from language to machine, a simple Intel x86 native code compilation is demonstrated. The final chapter deviates from the beaten road to investigate the realm of language design, which includes everything from minimum Turing-complete languages to natural language human-computer interaction.
About the Author
Aarne Ranta is a Professor of Computer Science at the University of Gothenburg’s Department of Computer Science and Engineering, the CEO and founder of Digital Grammars Gothenburg AB, and the Principal Investigator of the REMU Project. He has also served as Faculty (“Kollegium”) co-chair of the Department of Computer Science and Engineering (with Wolfgang Ahrendt) and Coordinator of MOLTO (FP7-ICT-247914) from March 2010 to May 2013. Databases and Natural Language Computational Syntax are two of the topics he teaches.
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