Continuing with the L+ saga, after the announcement of the free compiler release and the Fibonacci number example, yesterday we added to the project a new piece of documentation: The L+ Programming Language guide.
This guide aims to introduce the L+ language to developers. It provides the keywords reserved by the compiler, explains the data types available, the language’s constructs and the functions included in the standard library.
The document also contains the full Grammar for the L+ language, something you might find interesting whether you are interested in compiler development or just getting started with Language Theory.
The document was produced using LaTeX and the full source code has been merged into the source tree of the L+ compiler.
-> Download the L+ Programming Language guide.
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