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Lua for RISC OS reaches version 5

Published: 10th Dec 2008, 00:50:19 | Permalink | Printable

Described by author Gavin Wraith as "a fairly major departure from RiscLua 4.xx", RiscLua 5.00 features a simplified RISC OS-specific library that is similar to BASIC. Lua is a programming language used to create scripts to automate tasks and do other processing. It is used in video game development as well as many other applications.

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