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3. This assembly language is then processed to produce machine coding. The constructs are expressed in a mixed metasemantic-metapragmatic language which is discussed in Chapter 6. Chapter 7 gives the details of the unparsing processor itself. CHAPTER 3 The Metasyntactic Language This chapter introduces the metasyntactic language that will be used to specify the grammars of the various source languages for the syntaxoriented translator. The notation is based on that suggested for the international algebraic language Algol [B60b] [N60] [N63].
A Syntax-Oriented Translator by Peter Zilahy Ingerman