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CPallini29-Oct-20 7:07
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Lua is easily embedded in a C/C++ application, and that works also in the opposite direction, it is easily extensible using C/C++ libraries.
So, my first plan was to embed Lua in a C++ application (and write numerous C libraries for low level tasks). Eventually, I found no real need for the C++ code.
"In testa che avete, Signor di Ceprano?"
-- Rigoletto

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