On Wed, Aug 21, 2002 at 07:31:05AM +0900, Tim Hunter wrote:
> Does this sound right? What else is important? I'm especially intrigued 
> by the notion of a "Perl-like" binding vs. a
> "Ruby-like" binding. What makes an interface "Ruby-like?"

I don't really know but I guess it could be being truly OO, allowing the
usage of blocks...

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