Dynamic Language Runtime

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The Dynamic Language Runtime enables language developers to create dynamic languages for the .NET platform. In addition to being a pluggable back-end for dynamic language compilers, the DLR provides a easy to interface that makes hosting dynamic language compilers in applications

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