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Source code for the book "Writing an Interpreter for Object Pascal: Part 2
This is the second part of a series that will show you how to write an interactive interpreter in Object Pascal. Part 2 describes the building of the first version of a virtual machine together with a simple assembler. The book combines the virtual machine with the syntax checker for the Rhodus language. Intermediate code is generated directly as the source code is parsed. At the end of Part II, the reader will be a very serviceable interpreter that supports user-defined functions, built-in functions, string, and list support together with a range of looping constructs. A simple console application is provided to allow users to exercise the interpreter.
The book provides fully working open-source code (also deposited at Github) and explains in plain English how the code works and why certain decisions were made. The book makes liberal use of code throughout the book chapters. Everything is done without the
- Object Pascal
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