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Typed Quote/Antiquote—Or: Compile−time Parsing

Abstract:

Haskell is often used as a host language for embedding other languages. Typically, the abstract syntax of the guest language is defined by a collection of data type declarations; parsers and pretty-printers convert between the concrete syntax and its abstract representation. A quote/antiquote mechanism permits a tighter integration of the guest language into the host language by allowing one to use phrases in the guest language's concrete syntax. A quote/antiquote mechanism usually requires a...

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10.1017/S0956796811000050

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Ralf Hinze More by this author
Journal:
JFP
Volume:
21
Issue:
3
Pages:
219-234
Publication date:
2011
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cs:4865

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