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SunWorld: Scripting with C

Aug 30, 2000, 07:31 (1 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Cameron Laird, Kathryn Soraiz)

[ Thanks to Paul Eggert for this link. ]

"While we generally think of C as the prototype industrial language -- hard-edged, high-performance, and dangerous-- numerous projects have attempted to wrap C in a more amiable package."

"Among the survivors still in production are: CINT, EiC, elastiC, ICI, LPC, Pike."

"Our survey excludes interpreters not generally available for Unix systems (such as QNC and Think C), those with limited interactivity (the UPS C interpreter), and interpreters that are moribund. We found software product catalogs listing C interpreters that have been orphaned for several years, but all the following systems are in active development."

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