That's why you should use python!
Python is _very_ readable, object oriented, embeddable and runs stand-alone,
extensible in C, has all the data structures you will ever want, in a syntax
that can be remembered. It has more than one interface to Xlib (also tk),
MS-Windows, ... Runs on many architecures and more
The latest Python source distribution can be ftp'ed from site
ftp.cwi.nl, directory /pub/python, file python<version>.tar.Z. You
can also find PostScript of the main Python documentation there,
Macintosh and PC binaries, and the latest STDWIN source distribution
(in directory /pub/stdwin). Mirror sites are gatekeeper.dec.com
(/graphics/graphics/sgi-stuff/python) and ftp.uu.net
(/languages/python) -- try these sites first if you are on the US
continent, or at least closer to it than to Europe. These mirror
sites are at most a day behind on the European archive!
If you don't have ftp access, send mail containing only the word HELP
to email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org, and the
server will send you instructions on how to make requests.