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After going through the whole patent, I can't find even a hint of anything novel. It just describes a bunch of things people have been doing for years, trying to make the whole thing as unintelligible as possible. Let me try to describe it. First, this application involves code-as-data, which is why it sounds like LISP. But it need not be anything as ...


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As far as I understand, this patent appears to be about LINQ, where a query is either converted to SQL (for database objects) or compiled into object code (for internal data structures). The Lisp papers don't talk about object code. For prior art, try searching for another compiler that supports multiple destination languages, both compiled and interpreted....


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