Linux Gazette: Programming in DinoNov 22, 1999, 07:30 (1 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Vladimir N. Makarov)
"Dino is a high-level, dynamic scripting language that has been designed for simplicity, uniformity, and expressiveness. Dino is similar to such well known scripting languages as Perl, TCL, and Python. As most programmers know the C language, Dino resembles C where possible."
"Dino is an extensible, object oriented language that has garbage collection. It supports parallelism description, exception handling, and dynamic loading of libraries written on other languages. Although Dino is a multiplatform language, its main platform is Linux."
"This document is a concise introduction to the new Dino scripting language, but is not a programmer's manual."
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