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Introduction to Compiler Construction addresses the essential aspects of compiler design at a level that is perfect for today's undergraduate. Working from the basics in Chapter 1, the book provides the clearest, most cohesive treatment of the topic available for the junioror senior-level student. Introduction to Compiler Construction carefully describes how a compiler works; how it is organized; what the terminolop, is; what the major problems are and how thev have been solved. The book presupposes no previous exposure to compiler construction or familiarity with high-level mathematics, automata'theory, or formal languages. Patient coverage, reinforcement of kev information, rational organization, and a variety of problems and exercises will help students understand basic compiler theory, design, and applications. Itilrodtictioii to Coinpiler Constrtictiori features: an introduction to important theoretical concepts when their practical utility is most apparent-showing through concrete examples how theory and practice work togcthcr worked examples of most of the important techniques, with step-by-step commentary
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Thomas Parsons (January 7, 1814 Chieveley, Berkshire, England – February 10, 1873 Rochester, Monroe County, New York) was an American politician from New York.
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