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 Economy of Means

Unix Review talks about Tcl.

"But Tcl's fans have turned the slur on its head. For them, "everything is a string" epitomizes the language's simplicity and comprehensibility. Tcl programmers think about dataflow, with no need to involve themselves in "casting" or memory allocation. Suchenwirth's personal mantra in favor of simplicity is, "I'm not afraid of anything, if everything is a string!"

 (Submitted by Noel Fri Jul 19, 2002 )


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