|C-like interpreted language WITH pointers firstname.lastname@example.org (Legrandin) (2008-09-18)|
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|Re: C-like interpreted language WITH pointers firstname.lastname@example.org (cg) (2008-09-19)|
|Re: C-like interpreted language WITH pointers email@example.com (Tony Finch) (2008-09-19)|
|Re: C-like interpreted language WITH pointers firstname.lastname@example.org (cr88192) (2008-09-20)|
|Re: C-like interpreted language WITH pointers email@example.com (Soeren Sandmann) (2008-09-20)|
|Re: C-like interpreted language WITH pointers firstname.lastname@example.org (ed_davis2) (2008-09-21)|
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|Date:||Thu, 18 Sep 2008 17:07:06 -0500|
|Posted-Date:||18 Sep 2008 18:10:22 EDT|
Not sure if this is the most appropriate ng...
I am looking for a simple, fast, small, intepreted, C-like imperative
language, with support for pointers and memory aliasing.
* it should be compilable in bytecode and executed by a small VM
* it does not need to be safe (NULL dereference may crash the system :-))
* I will use for some releatively intensive numeric manipulation, but
floating point arithmetic or even division are not needed.
Pawn was a good candidate but it does not support pointers.
I was thinking of using an actual uC compiler (e.g. for 8051) and
use a compact simulator as VM, but still looks complicated and suboptimal.
Any idea? Maybe some framework to adapt to my needs exists?
Thanks a lot
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