On 11-12-26 09:10 PM, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
Yes, he is quite impressive. I haven't watched the q&a,
yet, so I haven't seen how he dealt with the audience. And yes,
there are always tradeoffs. In my case, security probably
trumps speed, so lua is still attractive.
BTW, I think when Roberto was saying Lua is not good for numeric
computations he probably meant in comparison to C and Fortran in the
context of super-computing. To my knowledge Lua does not have a
quality issue in terms of math but being dynamically typed it will
have a quantity penalty, compared to statically typed languages.