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Destination-driven Code Generation Destination-driven Code Generation

@inproceedings{Dybvig1990DestinationdrivenCG,
  title={Destination-driven Code Generation Destination-driven Code Generation},
  author={R. K. Dybvig and R. Hieb and T. Butler},
  year={1990}
}
Destination-driven code generation is a simple top-down technique that allows the code generated for a program phrase to depend upon its context in an abstract syntax tree. The context is encapsulated in a data destination and a control destination. The data destination speciies where the value computed by an expression is to be stored, while the control destination speciies where program execution is to resume after computation of the value. Together, the destinations allow a code generator to… Expand

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