Re: perl and assembly

Using Tk (and X) from Perl

Michele
[followup crossposted to comp.lang.perl.misc]




How can one ask such a question in comp.lang.perl.tk?!?
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Michele                                            
Jürgen
You would write it just like any other compiler:
- define your source language, then write the syntax analysis, the context
analysis (luckily for assembler languages this is typically very simple),
and then the coding phase.

Do you have a Perl question, too?

jue
                                            
Bill
Too many right now to know where to begin without looking like a fool.
Is there a good tutorial online other than cpan ? Something for beginners
over the level of

print 1+2;
                                            
Ben
Try starting with the perl docs: start with perldoc perl, and read
through in order (ish).

If you need more of a tutorial than that, in particular if you're not
familiar with programming in general, try 'Learning Perl' published by
O'Reilly.

Ben
                                            
Jürgen
Have a look at "perldoc -q book".
This FAQ entry has a nice list of interesting books as well as a link to an
online list with extensive reviews.

jue
                                            
Joe
http://learn.perl.org/
	-Joe