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Domain Specific Languages

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  • It's often mentioned that Haskell is ideal for writing domain specific languages. Someone could do a talk where they show the implementations of a couple of DSLs in Haskell (e.g. a DSL for doing algebra, imperative programming (with gotos!), graphics, parsing, financial contracts, markup (html, yaml, markdown) etc etc) and provide some pointers for creating your own DSLs.

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