I've updated the Tools section in the first article to make a bit more
sense. Thanks again Brendan for the suggestion. I've also provided a link
in Part 5 to Rob Pike's talk on Lexical Analysis in Go.
On Saturday, 3 May 2014 17:39:04 UTC-7, Rob Thornton wrote:

I wrote a 10 part series talking about writing a compiler from scratch in

I'd love to hear feedback from the community and suggestions for
improvement. I'm sure I've cocked something up but hopefully nothing too
badly. The first post can be found at:

Go has helped me tremendously when it comes to compiler design and I hope
I've it justice. I want to take my hat off to everyone involved in making
such an awesome language.

A special thanks to Rob Pike who gave me the encouragement to learn
assembly and Ian Lance Taylor who took the time to answer my questions on
stacks. These thanks apply more to the 2nd series I'm in the middle of
writing rather than the one listed above, but I digress.
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