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Compilation principle is an important and professional course for computer majors, also one of the most difficult and challenging courses to learn. It aims at introducing the general principles and basic methods of compiler construction, and studying how to develop computer programs more efficiently so as to reduce the threshold of programming. In this age of highly developed IDEs, why should programmers learn the principles of compilation? In fact, the principle of compilation permeates every aspect of the daily programming work. Therefore, learning the principles of compilation can help you better understand computer programs and provide a solid foundation for your future development.