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'''Pyhi''' is a complete [[Yhc]] bytecode interpreter written in Python.
 
Pyhi is a complete [[Yhc]] bytecode interpreter written in Python.
 
   
 
It is available from darcs and runs a 'Hello World' example. A large number of bytecodes are unimplemented so many programs won't run yet.
 
It is available from darcs and runs a 'Hello World' example. A large number of bytecodes are unimplemented so many programs won't run yet.
   
Although interpreting a language using an interpreted language is slow the current version is only about 6 times slower than C and will likely get faster.
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Interpreting a language using an interpreted language is slow and the current version is about 100 times slower than C, although this will likely get faster over time.

Latest revision as of 06:41, 3 March 2006

Pyhi is a complete Yhc bytecode interpreter written in Python.

It is available from darcs and runs a 'Hello World' example. A large number of bytecodes are unimplemented so many programs won't run yet.

Interpreting a language using an interpreted language is slow and the current version is about 100 times slower than C, although this will likely get faster over time.