Connecting High-Level Programming Constructs to Assembly Language Using Frances

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Abstract

Central to computing is machine code generation. Upper level undergraduate students studying computing are quite familiar with high-level languages. Most undergraduate programs in computing begin with a course involving computer programming in a high- level language and as students progress through their studies they gain more experience with high-level languages. Not only is the machine code central to upper level courses in computer science, introductory programming texts address the issue of how high-level languages are translated to execute on the machine [3, 4].

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@article{Pokorny-Sondag-Rajan-10,
  author = {Pokorny, Kian L. and Sondag, Tyler and Rajan, Hridesh},
  title = {Connecting high-level programming constructs to assembly language using Frances: tutorial presentation},
  journal = {J. Comput. Small Coll.},
  volume = {25},
  number = {5},
  year = {2010},
  issn = {1937-4771},
  pages = {282--283},
  publisher = {Consortium for Computing Sciences in Colleges},
  address = {, USA},
}