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Thread: How to write my own compiler? Where to find information
face BY : Russell McMahon email (remove spam text)

> Does anyone know where I can find information on how to where my own
> compiler?

The answer is Google.
Now, what was the question.
ALWAYS try Google first

I searched on "compiler writing"
Here's an excellent start (number 4 out of 4200)


From the same site, here's some tools


And this also looks like exactly what you want


It says -         Let's Build a Compiler, by Jack Crenshaw
This fifteen-part series, written from 1988 to 1995, is a non-technical
introduction to compiler construction. You can read the parts on-line or
download them in a ZIP file.
Read the tutorial on-line

I'm sure the other 4000+ strikes will also have some worthwhile tips.

All that said, why do you want to write a compiler? What's your target
processor(s). What language(s) do you wish the result to look (something)
like. . It can be fun and it may be useful but there are many good reasons
not to as well, depending on what you are trying to achieve.

           Russell McMahon

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