You're welcome. I would add credit to Lua's originators and contributors
from around the world.
Roberto Ierusalimschy et al's design and evolution of Lua over the last
25 years make it a (perhaps surprisingly) great tool for this purpose.
It certainly surprised me.
Lua's primary goal of acting as an embedded scripting language for
many disparate host languages with different
semantics has sculpted it into a power tool that fits the job
(of language implementation in general) like a glove.
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