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On 1/24/06, Vijay Aswadhati <> wrote:
> I was just wondering behind the process of someone coming to a
> conclusion of something being brilliant - in other words what are
> the attributes of being 'brilliant'.

"Brilliant" is a term used by electrical engineers when they realize
that not every language is as unfriendly as C or VHDL. ;-) I would say
that Lua and Python are both "brilliant", in that they are both
well-designed languages with elegant featuresets and simple, readable