The F# Journal just published an article about metaprogramming:
"The Porter Stemmer algorithm is a stemming algorithm from natural language processing that tries to compute the stem of a given English word. The algorithm has already been implemented in many different languages including F#. This article takes the different approach of defining a minimal language, an embedded domain specific language, capable of expressing this algorithm and then describing the algorithm declaratively as close to its original definition as possible..."
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