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hpr1083 :: compilers part1

The concept of a compiler

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Part of the series: Compilers - how they work

In this series we examine how compilers work

From the studios of miscellaneous radio theater 4096

In this multipart episode sigflup describes the general concept of a compiler as well as the stages of a compiler.


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Comment #1 posted on 2012-10-02T10:50:20Z by Daniel Beecham

Oh the music.

The music is too loud, it's in the way. It should probably just go away completely.

Comment #2 posted on 2012-10-25T13:44:12Z by pokey

The music is loud enough to be distracting, but not completely so. It's a good episode. I'm not a programmer, so I had to listen twice to follow along. Thanks for a good episode on an interesting topic, sigflup.

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