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System Software Programming: The Way Things Work [Paperback]

David L. Clarke , Donald Merusi


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August 1997 [Includes One CD-ROM] Communications Technologies
The nuts-and-bolts introduction to system software development, from code that meets the hardware, through assemblers, compilers, and beyond. System Software Programming shows you how system software actually works - so you can write it more effectively and develop applications that use it more effectively. System Software Programming is the most practical, thorough resource on system software for developers and system designers who are working in UNIX or Win32 environments. It is also an excellent textbook for students who are studying compilers and related subjects.

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5.0 out of 5 stars a must read May 21 2007
By Todor Buyukliev - Published on Amazon.com
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this is a great introduction to compilers. there's no advanced stuff inside, and i think that's what makes the book very readable. after reading it you will know what are object files, symbols, linker, loader, recursive descent parsing, how the processor executes code.

unfortunately there are many "c++ programmers" that don't know how the program turns from source to executable and this book will definitely fill the gaps.

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