Metaprogramming is the art of writing of computer programs with the ability to
treat programs as their data. It means that a program could be designed to read, ...
I was reading an article on TheServerSide on ployglot programming ...
Metaprogramming refers to a variety of ways a program has knowledge of ...
objects allowing you to intercept and define custom behavior for ...
The strongest legacy of Lisp in the Julia language is its metaprogramming
support. Like Lisp, Julia represents its own code as a data structure of the
Ruby metaprogramming, one of the most interesting aspects of Ruby, enables
the programming language to achieve an extreme level of expressiveness.
Template meta-programming (TMP) refers to uses of the C++ template system to
perform computation at compile-time within the code. It can, for the most part, ...
Feb 21, 2013 ... In order to explain Metaprogramming, let me explain a few basic concepts first. A
traditional program is mainly code that manipulates a data ...
The concept of metaprogramming is simple: a programmed system begins to
program itself. Metaprogramming begins in that split second when a pre-scripted
Runtime metaprogramming. 1.1. GroovyObject interface. 1.1.1. invokeMethod;
1.1.2. get/setProperty; 1.1.3. get/setMetaClass. 1.2. get/setAttribute; 1.3.
Metaprogramming is so incredibly easy in Lisp. Oftentimes I can find good
solutions in Haskell for things that people would normally do using