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by earl, 6186 days ago"Because programming languages are at the core of writing software, programmers should have a thorough understanding of how languages are designed, implemented, and manipulated. This course concerns itself specifically with the implementation and translation of computer languages, leaving an in-depth study of language design to another course. Students will learn the formalisms behind computer languages, but the focus will be on developing the ability to build languages and their translators."
a programming language course held by Terence Parr in spring 2003, including lecture notes and lecture audio.
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