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A Gentle Introduction to Multi-stage Programming * Preliminary Draft

@inproceedings{Taha2003AGI,
  title={A Gentle Introduction to Multi-stage Programming * Preliminary Draft},
  author={Walid Taha},
  year={2003}
}
Multi-stage programming (MSP) is a paradigm for developing generic software that does not pay a runtime penalty for this generality. This is achieved through concisely, carefully designed language extensions that support runtime code generation and program execution. Additionally, type systems for MSP languages are designed to statically ensure that dynamically generated programs are type safe (and therefore require no type checking after they are generated). This tutorial is aimed at the… Expand

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