C Intermediate Language
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- This article is about the simplified subset of C. For the Common Intermediate Language (also known as MSIL), see Common Intermediate Language.
CIL (C Intermediate Language) is a simplified subset of the C programming language, as well as a set of tools for transforming C programs into that language.
CIL was originally designed and implemented by George Necula et al. in 2002.
- CIL on SourceForge
- CIL: Intermediate Language and Tools for Analysis and Transformation of C Programs Lecture Notes In Computer Science; Vol. 2304 Proceedings of the 11th International Conference on Compiler Construction Pages: 213 - 228. Year of Publication: 2002. ISBN 3-540-43369-4
- CIL Tutorial document and associated code
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