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c-talk is a programming language created in 1999 by Konstantin Knizhnik.

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C-Talk is interpreted scripting language with C-like syntax and dynamic type checking. Variables in C-Talk have no type. So there is no compile time type checking in C-Talk, all checking is performed at runtime. To preserve reference integrity, explicit memory deallocation is prohibited in C-Talk, unused objects are automatically deallocated by garbage collector.


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CtkObject myPrimitive(int nArgs, CtkObject* args) { char* s; ctk_integer i; ctk_real r; CtkObject o; ctkParseArguments(nArgs, args, "siro", &s, &i, &r, &o); ... }
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