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This article is about dialects of programming languages. For other uses, see Dialect (disambiguation).

Dialects are domain-specific sub-languages of a programming language or a data exchange language. (See also Grammar-oriented programming, Language oriented programming, Reflection and Metaprogramming.) A language supporting this paradigm encourages users to create new dialects for specific problem domains.


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