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>Not all languages
>provide means to access Lua, since Lua itself is written in C.

But many languages do provide ways to access C and from that you can access Lua.

>Included in Lua is an interpreter, which provides a minimal environment to
>execute scripts, so you don't have to create a program of your own if you
>just want to try Lua.

Plus if the interpreter is built with dynamic loading support than the
interpreter is all you need to try Lua libraries written in C.