In article <3DC943CF.84A68F32 / san.rr.com>, Darren New  <dnew / san.rr.com> wrote:
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>As long as you don't want to do development in multiple languages or
>dynamically load code safely over the net into some other OS process,
>Tcl and Python are pretty good choices. Otherwise, you might want to
>consider C# or Java. 
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Actually, many of the early experiments in "agenting"--safe
evaluation of network-loaded code--were done with Tcl.  This
was before Java acquired the name it now has.  It's possible
to make an argument that the Tcl security model, which is
quite distinct from Java's, is safer.

But you were around for this, weren't you, Darren?
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Cameron Laird <Cameron / Lairds.com>
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