Lounge - Is it true that all the scripting languages are structured languages?

Asked By Ajain A K P on 09-Mar-12 12:39 AM
Hi,

I have a doubt, is all the scripting languages are structed languages only?

is there any object oriented languages under scripting languages.

can anyone clarify please

Somesh Yadav replied to Ajain A K P on 09-Mar-12 01:27 AM

The simplest answer is "yes" but really asking the questions means you just need to understand what "object oriented" means. One of the easiest things for you might be to take scripting languages that have OO tacked onto them like Perl. This is old but explains it nicely.

One of the simplest scripting languages I ever used that also is very useful IMHO is TCL. TCL programs typically do not use Object orientation, although it has an extension to do so for the die-hards :)


for more information refer to the below link,
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Object-oriented_programming
Ajain A K P replied to Somesh Yadav on 09-Mar-12 05:05 AM
Dear Somesh,

Thanks a lot for your answer, it was very useful.
Somesh Yadav replied to Ajain A K P on 09-Mar-12 05:22 AM
you are welcome!