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Many South Koreans apparently turned to using sausages as a stylus but if you'd prefer not to be hassled by dogs as you type a text there are less meat product-based solutions
Hassled by dogs? For Koreans it's a virtuous cycle
<quote>I would define an "embedded" language as one that doesn't come with a platform. It's small and easy to glue together with an app written in C or C++. It uses the same platform as the app. If the platform has an introspection capability like XPCOM or GObject-Introspection, then the platform can be exported to the embedded language in an automated way.</quote>
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So if you use it as a GPL licensed library you can't get sued by the BBC or other contributors to the code.