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Lua is a lightweight multi-paradigm programming language, designed as a scripting language in 1993 by members of the Computer Graphics Technology Group (Tecgraf) at the Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

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Lua in Unreal Software games

In Unreal Software games, Lua allows you to add modifications to the game strictly server-side. A large number of said modifications are shared by Unreal Software users in the File Archive.

Lua comes already installed with Counter-Strike 2D and Carnage Contest, however, if you want to create own third-party modules (written in C[1] and BlitzMax[2]), you would need the Lua library (lua5.1.dll) to create them

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  1. How to write a binary module by Flacko
  2. How to write a binary module by Starkkz
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