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"OMeta: An Object-Oriented Language for Pattern-Matching"

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Zhentao Li will present "OMeta: An Object-Oriented Language for Pattern-Matching", from Alessandro Warth's VPRI report, "Experimenting with Programming Languages" (http://www.vpri.org/pdf/tr2008003_experimenting.pdf up to page 40).

OMeta is one of the most practically useful outputs of the VPRI and is of interest to everyone, particularly authors of DSLs, compiler writers, minimalists, and anyone who has had a language-shaped problem (lexing, parsing, pattern matching). The Wikipedia page (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/OMeta) and Warth's homepage (http://www.tinlizzie.org/ometa/) both have links to various implementations and example code.

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