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by unknown, a long time ago"John McCarthy has said: "XML is just S-Expressions, only ten times as verbose." This comparison, while critical of XML, helps explain the source of its appeal -- for most of the computing world, XML is the first S-Expression-like system they've seen. What XML, S-Expressions, Antlr ASTs (abstract syntax trees), and Prolog Term trees have in common is that they are notations (or surface syntaxes) for "practically universal" trees of symbols. [...]"
Irgendwann dieser Tage wird sich E wohl nicht mehr vermeiden lassen, falls denn die Lust zupacken sollte, Tutorial ici: http://www.erights.org/elang/intro/index.html
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