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Kew is a powerful but small object-oriented programming language that offers many advanced features, including proper closures, first-class variables, relations, continuations, exceptions, dynamic variables, security, transactions, persistence....

It is based on ideas drawn from many contexts, including Smalltalk, Scheme, Miranda, RDF (yes, the XML thing), Java. It has a small footprint and a concise API that makes it ideal for embedding in other programs, and a powerful security model that makes it good for writing applets.

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