Domain-Specific Language (DSL)

A Domain-specific Language (DSL) is a type of programming language or specification language dedicated to a particular problem domain, a particular problem representation technique, and/or a particular solution technique. Unlike general-purpose programming languages like Java or Python, DSLs are tailored to a specific set of tasks and are often more concise and easier to use for those tasks. Examples include SQL for database queries, HTML for web page layout, and CSS for styling. DSLs are useful for simplifying complex programming tasks and making them more accessible to non-programmers or specialists in a particular field.