On the use of stacks in the evaluation of expressions


Recently Myers presented a case against the use of stack-oriented instruction sets (and register-oriented instruction sets), favouring instead the two address store-to-store instruction format [i]. He argued that most assignment statements in most real programs involve zero or one arithmetic (or logical) operator, and therefore that 'textbook' examples of… (More)
DOI: 10.1145/641815.641818


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