Sr. software engineers have often noticed patterns in their coding practices. SNIP allows those patterns to be captured and expressed in an executable template.
An IDL-like input form is used to define objects. That IDL is then applied to the template to create code that a user would normally have typed in by hand.
For more information, and an example, see the site that describes SNIP more fully at http://www.ultranet.com/~advsw
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