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This book divided in to eleven chapters, first chapter have basics of compiler, definition of compiler and its types it include also need of compiler. In second chapter we are discussing phases of compiler, frontend and book end of compiler, single pass and multiphase compiler; chapter three covering role of logical analyzer description of tokens, automata, fourth chapter presents syntax analyzer, grammar, LMD, RMD, passing techniques. In fifth chapter, we have given Syntax directed translation, syntax tree, attributes such as synthesis and inherited. Chapter six deals with type checking, where discuss definition, dynamic type checking and equivalence of it, function overloading and parameter passing. Chapter seven covering run time environment here discuss storage allocation techniques, symbol table. In chapter eight we are present intermediate code generators discuss techniques of ICG, conversion. Chapter nine deals with code generation where discuss basic blocks, flow graph, peephole optimization while chapter ten is on code optimization, that contains optimization of basic blocks, reducible flow graph, data flow analysis and global analysis. Finally in chapter eleven one pass compiler, compiler, its structure, STD rules and passing.
1. Basics of Compiler
2. Phases of Writing a Compiler
3. Lexical Analyzer
4. Syntax Analyzer
5. Syntax Directed Translation
6. Type Checking
7. Run Time Environment
8. Intermediate Code Generators
9. Code Generations
10. Code Optimization
11. Pass Compiler
Narendra Kr :- (M.Sc., M.Tech., Ph.D.) is working in IcfaiTech School, The ICFAI University, Jaipur. He has worked more than 24 years as faculty, Dean, Joint Director and Director in various engineering institutes and universities. He has taught several core subjects as TOC, cryptography, computer graphics, discrete mathematics, integral transforms, etc. He has published more than dozen books, more than 50 research papers in national/international journals, delivered invited talk/keynote addresses in national/ international conferences. Two students have been awarded their research degree under his supervision. His key areas are mathematical modeling, theory of relativity, machine learning, wireless communication, image processing and network security. Alok Agrawal :- M.Tech., Ph.D. (IITR) is Associate Professor in the University of Petroleum and Energy Studies, Dehradun. He has more than 15 years teaching experience and visited many countries and completed of research degree for more than ten students. Mayank Kumar Jain :- is Assistant Professor in Engineering College of Jaipur and persuing PhD from Malviya National Institute of Technology, Jaipur, Rajasthan since 2018. He have 9 years of teaching experience. His Master of Technology and Bachelor of Engineering in Computer Science and Engineering was completed from Bhopal, Madhaya Pradesh, first with honours. Santosh K Sharma :- is Assistant Professor in the Department of Computer Science at Birla Institute of Technology, Mesra (BIT, Mesra), Jaipur Campus. He did BE (Computer Technology) from Nagpur University, M.Tech (IT) from Rajasthan Technical University and MBA (Systems) from Sikkim Manipal University. Dr. Sharma teaches graduate, postgraduate and professional courses particulaly Software Testing and Software Engineering. He has teaching experience of more than 15 years including 2 years in software industry. He has conducted several training programs/ seminars in organizations such as Indian Railway, Indian Army, Ministry of external affairs and many colleges.