DSL implementation using staging and monads

@inproceedings{Sheard1999DSLIU,
  title={DSL implementation using staging and monads},
  author={Tim Sheard and Zine-El-Abidine Benaissa and Emir Pasalic},
  booktitle={DSL},
  year={1999}
}
The impact of Domain Specific Languages (DSLs) on software design is considerable. They allow programs to be more concise than equivalent programs written in a high-level programming languages. They relieve programmers from making decisions about data-structure and algorithm design, and thus allows solutions to be constructed quickly. Because DSL's are at a higher level of abstraction they are easier to maintain and reason about than equivalent programs written in a high-level language, and… CONTINUE READING
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