Please explain how tcl/tkl and python are client side. Python like Perl
is a scrupting language that runs on the server.
The same with tcl/tkl. Unless you write your browser with a tlk
interface, how is it client side?
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>> I agree that real world business applications of client side Java are few
>> and far between at the moment, but Perl/CGI can certainly not replace Java
>> on the client side - I mean there's no such thing as client side CGI.
>> Interesting concept though.
> There is such thing as client side perl, though. Same with tcl/tk
>& python. They don't have the attention that java(script) does but they
>are there and do work.
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