When they ask, what is this written in?
viktoras at ekoinf.net
Mon Dec 1 12:08:23 CST 2008
what about recursive acronym like XIR meaning Xtalk Is Revolution (which
is correct in many senses). Language names like Rex, R are already
reserved and I do not know any language called XIR which is both Xtalk
and Revolution and everyone is happy :-)))
Sadhunathan Nadesan wrote:
>> Personally I like "xTalk", (snip)
>> sincerely, Richmond Mathewson.
> I vote for xTalk or X-talk.
> Part of the reason is that I use it mainly just as a stand alone scripting
> language without the IDE, for the kinds of tasks I might use Bash shell
> script for - (or Perl if I felt more affinity for it) when it happens
> to be better suited _for me_, for the solution needed. Examples: to
> parse text, for CGI programs, data conversions, wrapper around SQL,
> and so forth.
> -- Sadhu
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