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Compilers (3 credits)

Introduction to compiler organization and implementation, including formal specifications and algorithms for lexical and syntactic analysis, internal representation of the source program, semantic analysis, run-time environment issues and code generation. Students will write a compiler for a reasonably large subset of a contemporary language, targeted to a virtual machine.

Note

This course is co-taught with CS651.

Pre-requisites

CS 310, and CS 420 or 622


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