Elements Of Compiler Design

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Publisher Laxmi Publications All Computer Science books by Laxmi Publications
ISBN 9789380856148
Author: M Joseph
Number of Pages 319
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Elements Of Compiler Design by M Joseph
Book Summary:

The book Elements of Compiler Design has been written for the students of engineering and other undergraduate and post-graduate programs in Computer Science. The contents of the book is divided into twelve chapters.The book Elements of Compiler Design has been written for the students of engineering and other undergraduate and post-graduate programs in Computer Science. The contents of the book is divided into twelve chapters.

Audience of the Book :
This book Useful for computer science engineering students.
Key Features:

1.Concepts are presented in a very simple style.

2.More than 100 solved problems are given.

3.A set of Multiple Choice Questions for competitive exams are given.

4.A separate chapter on LEX with examples is given.

5.A compiler is developed in C++ for the desk top calculator.

6.Compiler Source code (C++) is given.

7.Covers syllabi of all Indian universities.

8.Good resource material to all teachers.

Table of Contents:

1. Words, Sentences and Languages

2. Lexical Analyser

3. Context Free Grammars

4. Parsers

5. LR Parsers

6. Syntax Directed Translations

7. Type Checking and Run-time Environments

8. Symbol Tables and Errors

9. Intermediate Code Generation

10. Code Optimization

11. Code Generation

12. Interpreters

Appendices

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