Compiler design. Virtual machines (eBook, 2010) [McGill University Library]
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Compiler design. Virtual machines

Autore: R Wilhelm; Helmut Seidl
Pubblicazione: Berlin ; Heidelberg : Springer, ©2010.
Edizione/Formato:   eBook : Document : IngleseVedi tutte le edizioni e i formati
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While compilers for high-level programming languages are large complex software systems, they have particular characteristics that differentiate them from other software systems. Their functionality is almost completely well-defined - ideally there exist complete precise descriptions of the source and target languages, while additional descriptions of the interfaces to the operating system, programming system and  Per saperne di più…
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Genere/formato: Electronic books
Informazioni aggiuntive sul formato: Printed edition:
Tipo materiale: Document, Risorsa internet
Tipo documento Risorsa Internet, Computer file
Tutti gli autori / Collaboratori: R Wilhelm; Helmut Seidl
ISBN: 9783642149092 364214909X 3642149081 9783642149085 1283477335 9781283477338
Nota sulla lingua: English.
Numero OCLC: 693779246
Descrizione: 1 online resource (xiii, 187 pages)
Contenuti: Preface --
Acknowledgments --
Contents --
1 Introduction --
1.1 High-Level Programming Languages --
1.2 Implementation of Programming Languages --
1.2.1 Interpreters --
1.2.2 Compilers --
1.2.3 Real and Virtual Machines --
1.2.4 Combined Compilation and Interpretation --
1.3 General References --
2 Imperative Programming Languages --
2.1 Language Concepts and Their Compilation --
2.2 The Architecture of the C-Machine --
2.3 Simple Expressions and Assignments --
2.4 Statements and Statement Sequences --
2.5 Conditional and Iterative Statements 2.6 Memory Allocation for Variables of Basic Types2.7 Memory Allocation for Arrays and Structures --
2.8 Pointers and Dynamic Memory Allocation --
2.9 Functions --
2.9.1 Memory Organization of the C-Machine --
2.9.2 Dealing with Local Variables --
2.9.3 Function Call and Return --
2.10 Translation of Programs --
2.11 Exercises --
2.12 List of CMa Registers --
2.13 List of Code Functions of the CMa --
2.14 List of CMa Instructions --
2.15 References --
3 Functional Programming Languages --
3.1 Basic Concepts and Introductory Examples 3.2 A Simple Functional Programming Language3.3 The Architecture of the MaMa --
3.4 Translation of Simple Expressions --
3.5 Access to Variables --
3.6 let Expressions --
3.7 Function Definitions --
3.8 Function Application --
3.9 Under- and Oversupply with Arguments --
3.10 Recursive Variable Definitions --
3.11 Closures and Their Evaluation --
3.12 Optimization I: Global Variables --
3.13 Optimization II: Closures --
3.14 Translating Program Expressions --
3.15 Structured Data --
3.15.1 Tuples --
3.15.2 Lists --
3.15.3 Closures for Tuples and Lists 3.16 Optimization III: Last Calls3.17 Exercises --
3.18 List of MaMa Registers --
3.19 List of Code Functions of the MaMa --
3.20 List of MaMa Instructions --
3.21 References --
4 Logic Programming Languages --
4.1 The Language ProL --
4.2 The Architecture of the WiM --
4.3 Allocation of Terms in the Heap --
4.4 The Translation of Literals --
4.5 Unification --
4.6 Clauses --
4.7 The Translation of Predicates --
4.7.1 Backtracking --
4.7.2 Putting It All Together --
4.8 The Finalization of Clauses --
4.9 Queries and Programs 4.10 Optimization I: Last Goals4.11 Optimization II: Trimming of Stack Frames --
4.12 Optimization III: Clause Indexing --
4.13 Extension: The Cut Operator --
4.14 Digression: Garbage Collection --
4.15 Exercises --
4.16 List of WiM Registers --
4.17 List of Code Functions of the WiM --
4.18 List of WiM Instructions --
4.19 References --
5 Object-Oriented Programming Languages --
5.1 Concepts of Object-Oriented Languages --
5.1.1 Objects --
5.1.2 Object Classes --
5.1.3 Inheritance --
5.1.4 Genericity --
5.1.5 Information Encapsulation --
5.1.6 Summary
Altri titoli: Virtual machines
Responsabilità: Reinhard Wilhelm, Helmut Seidl.

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This book shows how a compiler establishes correspondence between source and target programs, describing the compilation of the source language into the language of the associated virtual machine for  Per saperne di più…
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