|Pattern languages uiucdcs!uunet!mcvax!cui!oscar (1988-11-04)|
|Re: Pattern languages steve@hubcap.UUCP (1988-11-07)|
|Re: Pattern languages ti-csl!tilde.ti.com!Gateley@cs.utexas.edu (John Gateley) (1988-11-15)|
|Re: pattern languages email@example.com (1988-11-09)|
|Re: Pattern Languages cordy@QUCIS.BITNET (1988-11-15)|
|Re: Pattern languages harvard!ucbvax.Berkeley.EDU!decvax!tl-vaxa!grover (1988-11-14)|
|From:||decvax!formtek!tl-vaxa!grover@ucbvax.Berkeley.EDU ( )|
|Date:||14 Nov 88 15:54:23 GMT|
|From:||harvard!ucbvax.Berkeley.EDU!decvax!tl-vaxa!grover (Vinod Grover)|
|Organization:||Tartan Laboratories, Pittsburgh, Pa.|
In article <firstname.lastname@example.org> email@example.com (NIERSTRASZ Oscar) writes:
>Does anyone know of the existence of a "pattern language" ...
SNOBOL is an earliest example of such a language. ICON, developed more
recently by Griswald and Co. at University of Arizona is another example
of a language which allows pattern matching, and various other assorted
features: generators, co-expressions etc.
[This question has provoked the most interesting set of responses in ages.
I still don't really know what a pattern language is, and seeing the variety
of responses that have arrived, it doesn't look like anyone else does, either.
Keep those cards and letters coming, though. -John]
[From harvard!ucbvax.Berkeley.EDU!decvax!tl-vaxa!grover (Vinod Grover)]
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