César F. Acebal

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This paper presents what aims to be an example of good design principles applied to compiler construction. To be more specific, it presents an interpreter of a very simple object oriented language, called SmallScript, that has been designed to be taught in a Compiler University course. Our aim is not to develop a new, revolutionary language, neither to show(More)
Traditionally, web standards in general and Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) in particular take a long time from when they are defined by the W3C until they are implemented by browser vendors. This has been a limitation not only for authors, who had to wait even years before they were able to use certain CSS properties in their web pages, but also for the(More)
From the beginning of the web and, more specifically, with the advent of the first graphical browser, web designers have been trying to improve the general appearance of their pages, even if it led to certain perversions in the use of standards —or to not using standards at all. Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) was born as a way to return HTML to its original(More)
Publisher UPGRADE is published on behalf of CEPIS (Council of European Professional Informatics Societies, http://www.cepis.org/) by Novática (http://www.ati.es/novatica/) and Informatik/Informatique (http://www.svifsi.ch/revue/) Chief Editors François Louis Nicolet, Zurich <nicolet@acm.org> Rafael Fernández Calvo, Madrid <rfcalvo@ati.es> Editorial Board(More)
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