Thursday, 2 August 2007

Compiler course from Japan

I recently stumbled upon this compiler course by Yutaka Oiwa from the University of Tokyo. Although much of the text is written in Japanese, the code is perfectly comprehensible and very well written. The lectures include a mini ML interpreter, a lazy-ML interpreter and a Prolog interpreter all written in OCaml as well as some graphical examples in Java.

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