[REBOL] Re: Where are the dialects?
From: joel:neely:fedex at: 10-Jul-2001 10:18
Brett Handley wrote:
> One of the strengths of Rebol is the support for the creation
> of mini-languages, or more fundamentally the fact that a block
> is an unevaluated store of data that can be interpreted in
> different ways for different contexts.
> I'd be grateful if people could share any insights, break-
> throughs, applications, whatever on this topic. I need help to
> get my mind onto the possibilities of Rebol rather than *just*
> using it as a programming language. :)
No grandiose claims here (TMTOWTDI), but you might find the
GENERATE-DATA dialect article useful. It can be found at
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