domain specific languages
Date: Sat, 16 Oct 2004 17:30:54 -0700
I'm looking for some info on why lisp is so good for implementing domain
specific languages. Does anyone know of any good websites on the topic?
- Re: Flamebait if I ever saw it
... Since a couple of months, we have a guy spamming this newsgroup with advertisements for his F# and OCaml "expertise", in the form of books, websites, what have you. ... Apparently that guy has picked Lisp as one of his favorite competitors, ... The fact that you narrowed down your question to the two languages that are typically at the center of that guy's attention is a strong evidence in favor of this assumption. ...
- When static typing is worth it
... typed languages like Lisp. ... developed more quickly in modern statically typed languages than ... static type system and remove run-time checks. ... incurs a run-time error if the list is ...
- Re: What is Lisp used for?
... My main languages are Perl, Java, and ColdFusion. ... Lisp PHP FlamingThunder). ...
- Re: SBCL is now faster than Java, as fast as Ocaml, and getting better
... what MLish languages do in this case. ... If you are trying to compare my OCaml code with your Lisp translation then ... Lispers not only fail to understand the benefits of pattern matching ... but it is a Java extension just much as Clojure ...
- Re: Introducing a teenager to programming
... I am talking about well-written code in both languages. ... The same with lisp. ... basic syntax of lisp is so simple: ... there are languages with much worse readability floating around... ...