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Title: Glinda: A Meta-circular Interpreter for Oz
Authors: Henz, Martin 
Mehl, Michael
Keywords: Oz
Interpreter
programming environments
profiling
Issue Date: 1994
Citation: Henz, Martin, Mehl, Michael (1994). Glinda: A Meta-circular Interpreter for Oz. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: Executing computer programs means interpreting the instructions coded in a programming language. Most implementations of high-level languages, such as DFKI Oz, use an intermediate step of compilation: The source code is compiled to a machine code which is then interpreted by the hardware or a more abstract machine. We show the advantages and problems that occur when one tries to directly interprete Oz source code. We present an implementation of a meta-circular Oz interpreter, i.e. an interpreter for Oz written in Oz and demonstrate its application to source-level pro ling, execution visualization and language design.
URI: https://scholarbank.nus.edu.sg/handle/10635/200910
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