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Compiler construction

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  1. an area of computer science that deals with the theory and practice of developing programming languages and their associated compilers

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  2. The theoretical portion is primarily concerned with syntax, grammar and semantics of programming languages

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  3. One could say that this gives this particular area of computer science a strong tie with linguistics

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  4. Some courses on compiler construction will include a simplified grammar of a spoken language that can be used to form a valid sentence for the purposes of providing students with an analogy to help them understand how grammar works for programming la

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  5. The practical portion covers actual implementation of compilers for languages

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