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re: book

I hope no-one minds a comment from someone who wasn't at
the conference, but here goes...  I do book review columns
for "Doctor Dobb's Journal", and a few years ago, I put
together a list of books that I wished someone would get
around to writing.  It's a bit out of date now, but it's
still on-line at:


One of the books I'd really like to see is "The Design and
Implementation of Interpreted Languages".  This would *not*
be a collection of 10,000-foot overviews of existing languages,
but rather the equivalent of the Dragon Book for lightweight
languages built on virtual machines.  The closest thing I've
ever found to it is Kamin's "Programming Languages: An
Interpreter-Based Approach".  If anyone is interested, please
let me know...


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