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Christopher Diggins

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Posted: Apr 7, 2007 2:57 PM
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Would you like to know how to write an interpreter? Many programmers have asked me the question, so I wrote a short article explaining how the Cat interpreter works in detail.

Many programmers would like to know how to implement an interpreter, so I've written an article ( ) explaining step-by-step how the Cat interpreter works, using psedo-code and links to the public domain C# source files. The grammar parsing and abstract syntax tree (AST) generation classes were designed to be pluggable into any application, and is also public domain.

Cat is a functional stack-based programming language implemented in C#. While the Cat interpreter itself is released under the MIT license, all of the source code files are public domain. This means you can use them as-is in any project without obligation.

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