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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • Another reason I suspect is the availability of the language tools. One of the big advantages of Smalltalk is supposed to be the integrated development environments. The really good ones are expensive, commercial software. There are now free versions (Squeak), but my impression was that are less powerful than the commercial environments.

    The consequences that students don't learn the language in school, they can't play around with it at home, they are unlikely to use it to solve a small problem at work