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* Date: 27.nov.2006 - The slides of the paper: "How to build an adaptable interpreter in one day" by Dan Popa, presented at ICMI 45 (International Congress of Mathematics and Informatics, september 2006, Bacau Romania) and not included in the Congress Proceedings Volume are available now, here:[http://www.haskell.org/haskellwiki/Image:Building_an_interpreter.pdf How to build an adaptable interpreter in one day] The paper is a step by step guide on the building of a small monadic interpreter of a while language. For a list of complete references please contact the author.
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[http://www.haskell.org/sitewiki/images/5/54/Building_an_interpreter.pdf - Download the slides of the paper. Full Haskell source included.]
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  • Date: 27.nov.2006 - The slides of the paper: "How to build an adaptable interpreter in one day" by Dan Popa, presented at ICMI 45 (International Congress of Mathematics and Informatics, september 2006, Bacau Romania) and not included in the Congress Proceedings Volume are available now, here:How to build an adaptable interpreter in one day The paper is a step by step guide on the building of a small monadic interpreter of a while language. For a list of complete references please contact the author.

Or, better, you may use the following link: - Download the slides of the paper. Full Haskell source included.