A fast interpreted language

How can one claim that an interpreted language is fast? Easily. If you implement the language using itself and the resulting interpreter is faster than the original then this means that the interpreted language manages to imprint the prorgammer’s intentions to the C language (or assembly) better than the programmer herself. For example, I may …

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World’s smallest IPv6 compatible web browser program

For a long time now I’ve become a fan of the python+Qt combination. It is great to have an easy to learn, easy to use language with great portability and minimalistic syntax. The following program has become my favorite showcase for python. To my knowledge, it is the smallest, easier to understand, portable, IPv6 compatible …

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