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Topic: Compilation/interpretation of the functional languages - that to esteem

Good afternoon Advise to esteem, please, that on compilers (to interpreters?) functional . Was specific, interests as they lay down finally on stack-based model of execution of processor architecture. The literature on compilers that I have, considers the low-level statically generated code and as  the bridge to higher order functions it is not so clear, laziness. Whenever possible, without a binding to specific  (, oh.) me  interests more. Generally it would be desirable to esteem about the low-level side of the functional languages, there, towards iron, somehow not especially it is a lot of literature. C

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Re: Compilation/interpretation of the functional languages - that to esteem

Hello, andmed, you wrote: A> Whenever possible, without a binding to specific  (, oh.) me  interests more. Generally it would be desirable to esteem about the low-level side of the functional languages, there, towards iron, somehow not especially it is a lot of literature. A> C Advanced Compiler Design and Implementation 1st Edition by Steven Muchnick  to steal to find it was unreal, I searched about 3-4 years ago. As a result bought paper on .

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Re: Compilation/interpretation of the functional languages - that to esteem

http://fprog.ru/2009/issue1/alex-ott-li … -overview/  that is necessary

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Re: Compilation/interpretation of the functional languages - that to esteem

2IID: Found in the Internet the first issuing of 1997. At first sight, on a table of contents, more  than Aho, but  separately it is not considered, I will look more in detail, thanks. 2LaptevVV: thanks