[plt-scheme] Good compiler texts?

From: Evgeny Roubinchtein (zhenya at freeshell.org)
Date: Thu Dec 27 17:13:54 EST 2007

I haven't yet seen anyone mention "Parsing Techniques A Practical Guide"
(assuming the OP is indeed interested in parsing).  Or is that text flawed
in some way I am not aware of?



On Thu, Dec 27, 2007 at 04:46:35PM -0500, Arthur Nunes-Harwit wrote:
> Hi,
> >Can anyone suggest a good book on compiler theory?
> >
> >I'm not so interested in the nitty-gritty details of going to assembly
> >code, but more interested in the difference in expressive powers and
> >performance of different kinds of parsers, the idea of Abstract Syntax
> >Trees, error detection and recovery, etc.
>   If you are interested in scanning and parsing, the book _Crafting a 
> Compiler with C_ by Charles Fischer and Richard LeBlanc is worth looking 
> at.  I believe Charles Fischer is an expert on LL(k)-parser error 
> detection and recovery.
> -Arthur
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