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HTEL: a HyperText Expression Language

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  • In General
  • An Expression Language Provides A Means To Indicate Non-Constant Values In Expressions
  • It Includes Operations To Combine Values
  • But These Will Normally Disappear When The Expression Is Evaluated
  • Htel Is An Expression Language To Produce Html-Documents
  • It Is Presented To Stimulate A Discussion About The Structure Of Hypertext Expression Languages
  • The Operations Have Been Chosen In Agreement With What Is Strongly Suggested
  • But Not Defined
  • By The Html-Standard
  • The Htel-Interpreter Can Be Used For Cgi-Programs
  • I
  • E
  • To Describe Reactions When Data From A `Form' In An Html-Document Has Been Submitted
  • A Special Tool Has Been Used To Build The Htel-Interpreter
  • As An Example Belonging A Family Of Interpreters For Domain Specific Languages
  • Members Of That Family Have Characteristics That Are Closely Related To Structural Patterns Found In
  • Htel Should Also Be Seen As A Substantial Example To Witness The Applicability And Relevance Of The


HTEL: a HyperText Expression Language - DTU Orbit (26/04/14) HTEL: a HyperText Expression Language - DTU Orbit (26/04/14) Steensgaard-Madsen, J. (1999). HTEL: a HyperText Expression Language. Software - Practice and Experience, 29(8), 661-675.

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