Re: Hi, I'm creating a new language, anybody wants to help?

Alan Donovan <adonovan@imerge.co.uk>
5 Nov 1999 01:27:29 -0500

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From: Alan Donovan <adonovan@imerge.co.uk>
Newsgroups: comp.compilers
Date: 5 Nov 1999 01:27:29 -0500
Organization: Imerge Ltd.
References: 99-11-019
Keywords: design

"Joo Paredes" wrote:
> I've been developing a new programming language. The compiler is made
> in PowerBASIC but it translates to Assembly, to be assembled with
> turbo assembler. It's a full 32-Bit language (from root) and it's
> intended to be used to make an operating system. The language is
> called Epsilon Pascal (aka Jamanta) and it's sort of mix of C++ and
> Pascal. I need some information on creating object code directly, for
> 32-Bit Protected Mode. Can anyone help please?


Designing you own programming language is generally a personal
programming project (for fun and experience) unless the language has
some cutting edge or experimental features. Since you've just
described it as C++/Pascal, it sounds decidedly as if it doesn't have
such features. So why would anyone want to help? What's wrong with
C++ or Pascal which are portable, well defined, have robust and fast
compilers and a wealth of tools (such as lex and yacc)?


alan


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