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On Fri, Feb 28, 2014 at 7:35 AM, Javier Guerra Giraldez
<> wrote:
> i've only seen it used as 'non object oriented'; but IMHO, that
> doesn't mean a thing.  especially given that Lua includes all the
> syntax sugar to handle objects and methods.  how would those objects
> work is up to you, and it's totally optional, but so are objects and
> classes in Python....

Is "multi-paradigm" or "paradigm-agnostic" a "thing"? Because that's
what I'd call it. Lua has (and doesn't have) a little of everything
that's needed in any paradigm.