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This book describes the concepts and mechanism of compiler design. The goal of this book is to make the students experts in compiler’s working principle, program execution and error detection.This book is modularized on the six phases of the compiler namely lexical analysis, syntax analysis and semantic analysis which comprise the analysis phase and the intermediate code generator, code optimizer and code generator which are used to optimize the coding. Any program efficiency can be provided through our optimization phases when it is translated for source program to target program. To be useful, a textbook on compiler design must be accessible to students without technical backgrounds while still providing substance comprehensive enough to challenge more experienced readers. This text is written with this new mix of students in mind. Students should have some knowledge of intermediate programming, including such topics as system software, operating system and theory of computation.