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Compilers (3 credits)

Compiler organization and construction. Programming projects involve scanning input, analyzing program structure, error checking, code translation and interpreting, code generation and optimization. These projects result in a compiler for a reasonably large subset of ALGOL, Pascal, or similar procedural language.

Note

This course is co-taught with CS451.

Pre-requisites

CS310 and CS420 or CS622.


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