Simple Declarative Language
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The Simple Declarative Language is a cross-platform declarative computer language used for defining basic data structures such as lists, maps, and trees of typed data in a compact, easy to read representation. A simple API allows one to read, write and access all the data structures using a single class. For property files, configuration files, logs and simple serialization requirements, SDL is designed to be an alternative to XML and properties files. Implementations are available for Java and .NET with more languages on the way.
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