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Building a Simple .NET Compiler

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26 Jan 2018MIT9 min read
Implement a compiling calculator to learn about .NET CIL compilation

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Jason R. Fruit
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United States United States
Jason is a computer programmer and self-described programming language gourmand. Proficient in modern languages like Python and C#, he also enjoys older languages like Fortran, Common Lisp, Scheme and Pascal, and collects shiny new languages like a magpie. He has never, however, managed to buckle down and learn COBOL.

In his non-coding time, Jason is a classical violist and folk fiddler, and raises chickens, goats, and rabbits for food.

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