p-code compilers

Bogomil Alexondrov <ec98bna@brunel.ac.uk>
22 Jan 1999 21:26:13 -0500

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From: Bogomil Alexondrov <ec98bna@brunel.ac.uk>
Newsgroups: comp.compilers
Date: 22 Jan 1999 21:26:13 -0500
Organization: Brunel University, Uxbridge, UK
Keywords: interpreter, question, comment


Does somebody know a website focused on pseudo code compilers and
especially possible optimizations for it. btw can a program not
generating machine code but pseudo code be called compiler or is it a
translator? what is the exact definition for compiler? Java is
generating pseudo code so it must be a translator rather than

Thanks in advance for any help

Best Regards: Bogomil Alexandrov
[I've never made a strong distinction between translators and compilers.
I suppose if the output is supposed to be legible to people it's a
translator, if it's just for computers it's a compiler. -John]

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