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01.Introduction - Dr Teodor Przymusinski UC Riverside...

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Dr. Teodor Przymusinski, UC Riverside Compiler Construction CS152 - Based on the slides by Leonidas Fegaras, UTA 1
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Objectives The goal of this course is to give a working knowledge of the basic techniques used in the implementation of modern programming languages. The course is centered around a substantial programming project: implementing a complete compiler for a realistic language. Students successfully completing this course will be able to apply the theory and methods learned during the course to design and implement optimizing compilers for most programming languages.
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Course To understand better programming languages (principles & semantics) computer architecture and machine code structure the relation between source programs and generated machine code To get a good balance of theory & practice To complete a substantial programming project (a compiler for a realistic language) get programming experience and become a better programmer learn how to work in groups
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What is a Compiler?
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