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Feb 15

Microsoft Declares… Part Two

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Microsoft Declares Part Two

At first we had Nelly and XSL/T, and then we end up with Lisp.

One Response to “Microsoft Declares… Part Two”

  1. Charles Oliver Nutter Says:

    And XSLT was based on DSSSL, a SEXP-based language based on Scheme. I remember writing early XSLT templates with parens instead of angles. Full circle, it seems.

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