Series: Lexer, Parser, Evaluator
My little programming language, Cell (Cell Elementary Learning Language) is designed to be simple. I want to use it to explain how to write a programming language. The parser is only 81 lines long, so hopefully it’s not too hard to understand.
Here’s the explanation of the parser, which is the second part of a compiler or interpreter.
Slides: How to write a programming language – Part 2, The Parser
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