Compilers (CSC-362 98F)


Class 33: Special topic: Interpreting IRTs

Held Wednesday, November 25, 1998

Handouts

Notes


Introduction

Today we'll spend much of the class discussing how we might interpret some form of intermediate or assembly code. Our discussion will be based, in part, on the sample code I've developed. We will consider issues pertaining to interpretation and to the ways in which one might execute assembly code.

Interpreting Programs

Interpreting Tiger's AST's

Designing and interpreting a simple assembly code


History


Back to Intermediate code, concluded. On to Generating assembly code.


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