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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
Instead of a monolithic programming language trying to cover all features of interest, some programming systems are designed by combining together simpler languages that cooperate to cover the same feature space. This can improve usability by making each part simpler than the whole, but there is a risk of abstraction leaks from one language to another that would break expectations of the users familiar with only one or some of the involved languages. We propose a formal specification for whatdoi:10.1007/978-3-319-89366-2_8 fatcat:kpu6p5exhfdphdxzfkszurbskm