VM's , emulators, and interpreter/interpreted languages ?

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Mathematics!

Joined Jul 21, 2008
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1)
is there any tools/code bases/api's that aid you in creating a VM/emulator/interpreter for a certain set of byte codes or do you have to write the VM from scratch

2)
is there any tools that aid you in creating an interpreted programming language
1 java or .NET based bytecode style languages
2 for javascript , perl , python type languages
 

djsfantasi

Joined Apr 11, 2010
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The tools are almost irrelevant; it is the concepts and programming models that transcend the language. I have written a multi-tasking interpretive language - in BASIC! An early description of the effort (with source code) can be found here. An article with more details is coming out online this month.
 
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