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Build Your Own .NET Language and Compiler book

Build Your Own .NET Language and Compiler book

Build Your Own .NET Language and Compiler by Edward G. Nilges

Build Your Own .NET Language and Compiler

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Build Your Own .NET Language and Compiler Edward G. Nilges ebook
Page: 408
Format: chm
ISBN: 1590591348, 9781590591345
Publisher: Apress

In many ways, knowledge of CIL is analogous to a C(++) programmer's understanding of assembly language. It compiles any valid source fileinto a valid .NET console executable. NET program, however learning a bit about IL syntax can be rewarding in its own right- and it does have some practical applications as well. This would leave you with one code base, written in one language, that runs on multiple platforms quite nicely. This executable also requires .NET 4.0. It's “Build Your Own .Net Language and Compiler” (Apress-Springer). Regardless of which compiler you pick, the primary task is to translate the source code into terms of CIL. In 2004, I published a book, which is still earning me royalties, chump. ;) So, you will have to develop your own console for that. Instead of creating an entire compiler from scratch, every language would simply extend this core framework and implement their own language as some sort of module. You wouldn't need to maintain your own language compiler until the end of time. I thought to make a new language very similar to some popular one, and thus eliminating the need of having 2 compilers…. Nilges, Build Your Own .NET Language and Compiler ISBN: 1590591348 | edition 2004 | CHM | 388 pages | 9 mb This practical book presents. The language is currently in under development. Automatic tools (LEX and This compiler is programmed in C#, and requires .NET Framework 4.0 to work.

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