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Old 01-07-07, 01:19 PM   #37
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Default Re: Languages you know

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Originally Posted by Greg
I see you use Lua at work. If you like this and use it for games or tools, you might want to try out GameMonkey Script. It's like Lua, but designed specifically for C++ games/tools progammers.

GM Home:
http://www.somedude.net/gamemonkey/

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http://www.somedude.net/index.php?na...file=index&c=3
Hehe - might be a good option, but I'm not senior enough in the company to make any kinds of decision regarding the languages we use. I may take a detailed look and mention it to our lead though - so cheers!
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