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An unlikely contender in the programming languages space, Lua has seen massive adoption across a variety of industries. It is used as a scripting platform in game development and music composition; embedded in point-of-sale appliances and network devices; and in extending NoSQL databases with safe execution semantics. We expect further growth in time to come.