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Tutorials on Compiler Theory

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I''m starting development of a compiler, which I plan to eventually use as an independant study here at uni. I''ve read Jack Crenshaw''s tutorial and have been reading through archived posts on comp.compilers, but I was wondering if anyone knew of other good tutorials or books covering this topic. I''d like to eventually buy a compiler book from Amazon.com or somewhere but I really don''t know which ones are good. Nicholas Skapura skapura.2@wright.edu http://skap.8k.com AIM: skap35

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The standard text is this book:

Compilers: Principles, Techniques, and Tools
a.k.a. "The Dragon Book"
by Alfred V. Aho, Ravi Sethi, Jeffrey D. Ullman

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