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One issue is that different languages have different parsing requirements. It would be nice if all existing computer languages had nice LL(1) context-free grammars, but they don't. Some languages, l …
answered Mar 9 '11 by David Thornley
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Here's a motto for you: Anything worth doing is worth doing badly. You speak of painting beautiful paintings and coding beautiful programs. I suspect you also want to write good novels and compose …
answered Nov 18 '10 by David Thornley
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One of the early classic cases was signed integer addition. On some of the processors in use, that would cause a fault, and on others it would just continue on with a value (likely the appropriate mo …
answered Aug 9 '11 by David Thornley