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  • noun Plural form of DSL.

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Examples

  • In a separate auction, the Netherlands sold a total of €1.835 billion in January 2013 and January 2042-dated government bonds, known as DSLs.

    Spanish Bond Success Continues

  • I think a lot of people are missing one of the biggest advantages of DSLs, which is the social impact.

    Planet TW

  • I'm not talking about the "DSLs" which some programmers like to tout.

    Planet Perl

  • "Within the core segment, OATs look attractive at current levels versus [Dutch government bonds] DSLs given the high uncertainty in the Dutch political space," said David Schnautz, strategist at Commerzbank AG in Frankfurt.

    Spain Sells 5-Year Bond

  • "Within the core segment, OATs look attractive at current levels versus [Dutch government bonds] DSLs given the high uncertainty in the Dutch political space," said David Schnautz, strategist at Commerzbank AG in Frankfurt.

    Spain Sells 5-Year Bond

  • Again, the ultimate test is getting this into our homes and hooking it up to our Comcasts, or DSLs, or U-Verses and our FIOSes and seeing whether or not it performs up to par, compared to a standard console experience.

    OnLive Streaming | CurveHouse.com

  • I like Scala, but a language supposed to use for DSLs that has a reserved keyword "with" is more than annoying.

    Scala over Ruby

  • I would actually say DSLs (domain specific languages) based on a powerful yet expresive langauge would be nice.

    Could AppleScript be the next scripting language of the web? | FactoryCity

  • However, ironically the best language to create DSLs that I have found is Haskell.

    Ruby Matters: A Place to Put Your Stuff

  • You don't build frameworks on top of DSLs, but rather use the dsl to configure the framework.

    Ruby Matters: Frameworks, DSLs, and Dietzler's Rule

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