Borrowed this book from National Library (PNM) last month. A book that’s tell us about compiler , compiler’s data structure , interpreter , parsers , how to build and encode compilers and what happens when a program code build , run and compile…Assembler is also discussed in this book , using an assembly language to write a program..also discussed is about linkers and loaders , how linkers and loaders run in the background when a certain program compiles…
When our program is compiled , initially the compiler takes the input source program and breaks it into stream of tokens. The tokens can be keywords , identifiers , relational operators and so on. these tokens are gouped together by the syntax analysis phase of compiler in order to detect the syntax of programming constructs. If from a group of tokens the syntax can not be identified then a syntax error may get generated.
Creating a compiler is a critical task. Hence we can automate the process of building compiler by using automated tools for generating various phases of compiler. LEX and YACC are such tools. The LEX is used for generating the lexical analyzer program for the compiler and YACC is used to generate the syntax analyzer program automatically.
Recursion is the basic problem for implementing macro calls within macros. If a macro call is encountered during the expansion of a macro, the macro processor will have to expand the included macro call and then finish expanding the enclosing macro. The second call might be expanded by a second macro processor , which would look up the macro definition in the MDT and return the expanded code to the first macro processor. Having many macro processor is neither efficient nor general. If a single macro processor is to handle such nested macro calls, it must in some way save its status when it encounters nested calls.
To handle macro calls within macros , the macro processor must be able to work recursively i.e. to process one macro before it is finished with another , then continue with the previous one.
In Conclusion , its a good book to read . It tells us about operating system and it’s components , how assembler and compilers works , dynamic linking , i/o , file and memory management , cpu scheduling and process synchronization.
p/s:- Some of the article above is an excerpt from the book Systems Programming written by A.A.Puntambekar and I.A.Dhotre publish by Technical Publications Pune – Fourth Revised Edition 2010.
Borrowed this book from National Library (PNM) last month…It’s quite an awesome and an interesting book to read about BuddyPress. BuddyPress is a platform to create a social community on your website. It integrates with the WordPress blogging platform , such as member blogs and blog tracking features.
One of the most attractive features of the WordPress and BuddyPress platform is the ease in which you can install , set up , and use the platform to manage and maintain your web site. You don’t need to be a programmer to get BuddyPress up and running. Even someone new to WordPress and BuddyPress can have a full featured web site , blog , and social community up and running in a relatively short period.
Another way to extend your BuddyPress social community is to customize the look and layout of your site with BuddyPress themes and templates. BuddyPress comes packaged with themes for you to use.The BuddyPress default themes include all the basic elements that you need when starting a new BuddyPress social community on your web site. you can extend your community in several ways by using the plugins and themes released by members of the BuddyPress community , but these default themes are an easy way to get started.
First thing first , you need to visit the BuddyPress Settings page to configure the general settings of your BuddyPress community. BuddyPress comes packaged with several different components and features that you can enable within your community. You do not have to use all of the available components – as a site administrator , you have the option to use only what you need and leave the rest. The following steps take you through the basic settings:-
1- Log in to your WordPress MU dashboard
Point your browser to http://yourdomain.com/wp-login.php , enter your WordPress admin username and password , and then click the Log In button.
2- Expand the BuddyPress menu.
On the left side of your WordPress MU dashboard , click the drop-down arrow on the BuddyPress menu. This expands the BuddyPress menu and displays several links beneath the menu title.
3- Browse to the BuddyPress Settings page.
Click the general settings links on the BuddyPress menu. This loads the BuddyPress Settings page.
Lastly , you have to install WordPress plugin , install BuddyPress as a plugin in your WordPress installation , and there you go…You have your own WordPress and BuddyPress…
p/s:- Some of this article is taken from the excerpt from the book BuddyPress for Dummies , written by Lisa Sabin Wilson , publish by Wiley Publishing Inc.