A compiler is a special program that processes statements in a particular programming language and turns them into machine code that the computer can understand. Compiling with C# and Java is an introduction to compiler construction using the Java Virtual Machine (JVM) and .NET Common Language Routine (CLR), both of which provide the interface between compiler, C# or Java code, and hardware. Loaded with exercises, examples and case studies, the text balances theory and practice to provide the reader with a solid working knowledge of the subject.guide. to. the. PVM, . JVM. and. CLR. virtual. machines. This appendix aims to provide a concise summary of the features of the ... and Yellin (1999), Engel ( 1999) and Venners (1999) and (for the CLR) by Gough (2002), Lidin (2002) and Bock (2002). ... These are summarized in Table A.I, which relates these types to the names used in high-level Java and C#. Types marked * are found in the CLS subset.
|Title||:||Compiling with C# and Java|
|Publisher||:||Pearson Education - 2005|