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if you're not careful, you could easily saw off your own leg, to say nothing of the fact that it's ugly and noisy and belches noxious fumes while you're using it, but that all provides a great deal of versatility and power that is rare in other languages.
Could you clarify what you mean by "versatility and power"? Or maybe quantify what "rare" means. In the following list of languages, which are less versatile and less powerful...
  1. Python
  2. Ruby
  3. Lua
  4. Smalltalk
  5. Haskell
  6. ML
  7. Common Lisp
  8. Scheme
  9. Java
  10. C++
  11. C#
  12. Prolog
  13. Icon
  14. Erlang
  15. Rebol
  16. PHP
  17. JavaScript

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