Hey that's a unique way of looking at it! After some thought.... here is my take:
= Visual Basic. It looks clean, easy and so inviting to step right in......and get buried with. Ahh.. so much the simple appearance
covers and figures you never need to know about.
= Ruby. The learning curve is almost beyond being worth it...but when it works well, it's a thing of beauty. Oh, but one comma or
bracket out of place and the whole thing breaks.
(European Style as opposed to Communist) = Turbo C of the old variety. It's clean, simple and what you write is what it does.
Nothing much hidden and if you don't like it....you can choose another. Not much room for anything else.
= Original Basic of the MS-DOS and CP/M days. What you see is truly what you get and it's as simple as it comes. Grade school kids
can learn it inside a couple days and it does real neat and fun things! It just doesn't do much on a large scale and really gets lost on complexity
Hey.. What do ya know, they all really DO fit a language when you stop and think about it!