FormalMoss wrote:I suppose I did create a C program to wrap around a DOS prompt to create a password-protected DOS window.
FormalMoss wrote::( You didn't include DOS Batch scripts.
FormalMoss wrote:Edit: Oh, and I did use Modula 2 in college many many moons ago.
Flatfingers wrote:You'll notice that Pascal is not on this list, either.
I'm joking a little bit here, but my purpose in excluding some languages was not to be rude, truly. I really did feel I needed to try to limit it to 20 possible choices, and to include some less common but still practical languages. If not every language made the cut, I hope no one takes it as a personal affront.
Flatfingers wrote:Wow, this just isn't my week here on the LT forum.
I'll be back after I've made a pilgrimage to ETH and abased myself at the shrine of St. Niklaus....
Flatfingers wrote:Now that we know LTSL has been supplanted by Python as the scripting language of choice for Limit Theory, I thought I might bump this poll to refresh it.
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