When they ask, what is this written in?
randall at randallreetz.com
Mon Dec 1 13:27:24 CST 2008
You cant use "xTalk" without ruining the credibility of your company. xTalk is the generic universal lable for the whole smalltalk spawned event and object handler driven scripting lnguage family. The only reasonable and obvious choice is "revTalk".
From: "Sadhunathan Nadesan" <sadhu at castandcrew.com>
To: use-revolution at lists.runrev.com
Sent: 12/1/2008 9:54 AM
Subject: Re: When they ask, what is this written in?
> 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.
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