This book bridges the gap between introductory computer texts concerned with the notion of compilers and operating systems, and more advanced texts on compiler and operating system design, which are beyond the scope of students commencing the study of systems software. It looks at compilers and operating from the user's point of view, explaining their operation in a clear way; with sufficient indication of how the products operate to provide a thorough understanding of the principles without unnecessary technical terminology. The book will be of benefit to students of computer science, information technology, software engineering and expert and knowledge-based systems, trainee computer programmers and systems programmers in business and industry.
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