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This programming language may be used to instruct a computer to perform a task.
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The Vox programming language is multi-purpose language, designed to be used in embedded environments, as well as for general purposes.
Vox started out as a fork of the language, but has moved in a different direction ever since. While Squirrel is mostly intended to be used in embedding, Vox tries to tackle this problem by providing a larger standard library (based on Boost), extended object manipulation (borrowing many ideas from languages like Python), and an
import function, that is largely borrowed from Lua (only the idea, not the code). Despite that, Vox is not compatible with Squirrel.
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