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Monday November 22, 2004
02:37 PM

Language Oriented Programming

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Could this be the next programming paradigm?

/me needs to read this over a couple times

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  • It looks like a lot of architecture and redirection to say a lot of the same things other computer aided software engineering things have mentioned.

    He starts off the article talking about the inability to change the language without the language designer, or change the IDE until it reaches a new version.

    The shell has always been good enough for me. If someone insists on a fancy windowing IDE thing, then that's what they get.

    With Perl's filters, you can even change the language to be almost anything. T