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Compiler Toolchains

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Most software is written in a high level programming language such as C, Java, Perl or Python. High-level languages comprise machine independent instructions which cannot be directly executed by the processor.

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    Note that here we use “stat” to denote statistics rather than static albeit stat is a static library.

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Holt, A., Huang, CY. (2018). Compiler Toolchains. In: Embedded Operating Systems. Undergraduate Topics in Computer Science. Springer, Cham.

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