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First-class, run-time macros from meta-circular evaluators
Matt Might Course First-class macros are macros that can be bound to variables, passed as arguments and returned from functions. First-class macros expand and evaluate syntax at run-time. Meta-circular evaluators support a concise implementation of first-class macros. In fact, first-class macros are easier to implement than traditional compile-time macros. A meta-circular evaluator is an interpreter which (1) can evaluate itself and (2) implements each language construct in terms of itself. This article and the attached implementation explain how to implement first-class macros in a meta-circular evaluator.
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july 2010 by sharad

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