[MUD-Dev] Re: Embedded languages was Re: Databases: was Re: skill system

Vadim Tkachenko vt at freehold.crocodile.org
Tue Jun 30 22:16:16 New Zealand Standard Time 1998


J C Lawrence wrote:

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>   1) Look into Python as its particularly suited for using as an
> embedded language.
> 
>        URL:http://www.python.org
> 
>   2) Look into CINT (just found out about it), its an embeddable C++
> interpreter that claims good performance (faster than Perl and Python
> in many/most cases).
> 
>        URL:http://hep1.snu.ac.kr/pub/computing/RootHtmlDoc/Cint.html

Anybody tried Forth-like languages?  Last time I heard, it claimed to be
faster than assembler, and reverse polish notation is not that bad, but
I honestly don't remember ever hearing its dialects being
object-oriented...

> J C Lawrence

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