Compiler design alfred v aho

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Principles of Compiler Design by Alfred V. Aho

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Alfred V. Aho

Principles of Compiler Design

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Aho , Monica S. Lam , Ravi Sethi , and Jeffrey D.
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Principles of Compiler Design , by Alfred Aho and Jeffrey Ullman , is a classic textbook on compilers for computer programming languages. It is often called the "dragon book" [1] and its cover depicts a knight and a dragon in battle; the dragon is green, and labeled "Complexity of Compiler Construction", while the knight wields a lance and a shield labeled " LALR parser generator " and "Syntax Directed Translation" respectively, and rides a horse labeled "Data Flow Analysis". Lam , and the dragon became purple; hence becoming the "purple dragon book. The back cover offers the original inspiration of the cover design: The dragon is replaced by windmills, and the knight is Don Quixote. The acknowledgments mention that the book was entirely typeset at Bell Labs using troff on the Unix operating system , little of which had, at that time, been seen outside the Laboratories. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Aho , and Jeffrey D.

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    by Alfred V. Aho, Monica S. Lam, et al. | Sep 10 Principles of Compiler Design (Addison-Wesley series in computer science and information processing).

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