Very cool... simplegeek
Yes it is and something I will be looking into and writing about. "S# is not a scripting language in the sense that it's any less powerful than other .NET languages; instead, it's a scripting language in the sense that it doesn't require strong variable typing in other words, it's a dynamically typed language. . . Beyond that, you can perform operations impossible in VB.NET or C#. " - Like Jason and his upcoming Win-Dev session, I am always interested in moreof the CLR from the internalperspective or "alternative Langauges" aspect of .NET to keep things interesting.