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The [[Tiger|Tiger Compiler]] project is a C++ implementation of a Tiger compiler written in C++ 2011. The Tiger language is described by Andrew Appel in his "Modern Compiler Implementation" books, and constitutes an important project in the EPITA curriculum in relation with the following courses: CMP1, CMP2, TYLA.
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The [[Tiger|Tiger Compiler]] project is a C++ implementation of a Tiger compiler written in C++ 2011. The Tiger language is described by Andrew Appel in his "Modern Compiler Implementation" books, and constitutes an important project in the EPITA curriculum in relation with the following courses: [https://www.lrde.epita.fr/wiki/Courses/CMP1 CMP1],[https://www.lrde.epita.fr/wiki/Courses/CMP2 CMP2], [https://www.lrde.epita.fr/wiki/Courses/TYLA  TYLA].

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Tiger Compiler

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The Tiger Compiler project is a C++ implementation of a Tiger compiler written in C++ 2011. The Tiger language is described by Andrew Appel in his "Modern Compiler Implementation" books, and constitutes an important project in the EPITA curriculum in relation with the following courses: CMP1,CMP2, TYLA.