This chapter covers the basics of the Compiler API, including the essentials of a compiler and their history in the .NET world. You'll learn how to compile code and the trees that constitute the fundamental API data structure. You'll discover how to build your own trees from scratch and navigate their content. Finally, we'll explore annotating and formatting trees.
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