Re: Question about programming techniques

>    Here the classical interpreted languages come to mind. Additionally
>    with TOM one can use TOM, because TOM programs are by default
>    extensible and modifiable.
>    (By default I mean, that TOM carries the mechanisms for extending
>     classes, posing for another class, etc., so one has rather to
>     design something stupid so that extension is hard.)

This is probably the feature I like the most about TOM :-)


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