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What is the difference between a DSL and Metaprogramming

Steve Robillard
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What are the differences between creating a DSL and meta programming?
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A DSL is just an internal or external language used to express and solve a problem. Metaprogramming is a programming tool. DSLs do not rely on metaprogramming (but metaprogramming may be used to implement a DSL).
 
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