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Is a book that teaches how to build compilers good for learning to implement interpreters? Yes - A good book on compilers will cover a wide range of topics, many of which are directly relevant to interpreters / interpreted languages. For example: lexical analysis parsing creation of an AST type checking, identifier resolution and other kinds of ...


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Absolutely - an interpreter is just a "one line at a time" compiler. It performs much the same task, that of taking some form of human-understandable source code and turning it into something a computer processor can understand. A compiler will do this for entire source file(s), whereas an interpreter will do this on an as-read basis. You will need to ...


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It's a challenge to understand TAOP and it may require a whole life time for a person of average IQ but I would recommend to have basic knowledge and problem solving experience with pre-calculas, algebra, probability and calculas. I would recommend problem solver series of finite and discrete math, discrete math demystified, 2000 problems solved in discrete ...



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