Novel Thoughts on Scripting and Languages

Erik Max Francis max at alcyone.com
Thu Jan 9 07:29:28 CET 2003


James Huang wrote:

> General-purpose languages can do anything, so your first statement is
> always true. The vision is, JudoScript has very high level constructs
> including syntactical support, so that in many situations you can
> specify solution straightforwardly, intuitively and concisely. Of
> course, you can program, even for those areas that have high-level
> support (for whatever reason, say, study a particular Java API like
> javax.mail.* or java.util.zip.*).

Is there any point at which this thread will meander somewhere close to
have something vaguely to do with Python?

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