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Sunday, March 02, 2003

"A difference between classic OO approach and a language based approach...: With OO, you model your problem as a collection of interacting thingies. While [with the language based approach] you define a (domain specific) language in which to best express the solution to your problem. You create the language by extending/modifying your language toolkit. Then you solve the problem." --Traditional vs Non-Traditional languages in the real-world

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