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A good point and one we all know well. But the sad fact remains that Lua's
oddball syntax is what keeps it from having better penetration into
corporate culture.

i think that's a tenuous argument.  perl, ruby and python with their
oddball syntax haven't had much trouble being accepted by corporate
culture. :)

compared to c/c++, lua's syntax may be more "wordy" in the
modula/pascal tradition but i'd be hard pressed to label it as