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== Introduction ==
 
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Especially for functional programmers (with Hasekell examples) -- see
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Wouter Swierstra: [http://www.haskell.org/tmrwiki/WhyAttributeGrammarsMatter Why Attribute Grammars Matter] (published in [http://www.haskell.org/tmrwiki/IssueFour The Monad.Reader, Issue Four]).
 
Wouter Swierstra: [http://www.haskell.org/tmrwiki/WhyAttributeGrammarsMatter Why Attribute Grammars Matter] (published in [http://www.haskell.org/tmrwiki/IssueFour The Monad.Reader, Issue Four]).
   

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1 Introduction

Especially for functional programmers (with Haskell examples) -- see Wouter Swierstra: Why Attribute Grammars Matter (published in The Monad.Reader, Issue Four).

Wikipedia article

2 Portals or other rich resources

Attribute Grammars Home Page

3 Tools

Utrecht University's Attribute Grammar System tools include also an attribute grammar compiler, UUAGC. The concept of attribute grammar was used in their Essential Haskell Compiler project, which gives us not only a working programming language, but also a good didactical material about using attribute grammars, e.g. in writing compilers.

Albeits these materials are self-contained, they reveal that the theory of attribute grammars is related to these concepts: