The F#.NET Journal just published an article about metaprogramming:
"The low-level virtual machine (LLVM) is a freely-available high quality code generation library with support for many different architectures and platforms including x86, x64 and ARM. Programs are conveyed to LLVM in its intermediate representation (IR) which is an infinite register virtual machine. LLVM supports both static and JIT compilation of IR to native code. This article describes a compiler written in F# that can compile programs written in a small language to LLVM IR (using PInvoke) in order to evaluate them interactively..."
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What languages did you learn, in what order? - I once compiled the following list of programming languages and which year I started learning them: - 1981: Sinclair BASIC (on a ZX81) - 1983: BBC BA...
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