Language-Oriented Programming

@article{Ward1994LanguageOrientedP,
  title={Language-Oriented Programming},
  author={Martin P. Ward},
  journal={Software - Concepts and Tools},
  year={1994},
  volume={15},
  pages={147-161}
}
This paper describes the concept of language oriented programming which is a novel way of organising the development of a large software system, leading to a different structure for the finished product. The approach starts by developing a formally specified, domain-oriented, very high-level language which is designed to be well-suited to developing “this kind of program”. The development process then splits into two independent stages: (1) Implement the system using this “middle level… CONTINUE READING

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