In the comments to my post I wished I'd not posted about LotusScript last week, somebody wrote:
Quit trying to sell customers programs written in BASIC. You might as well be sending them documentation written with crayons.
While I agree in essence that it's doing customers no real long-term favours writing code in LotusScript, the choice over what to use (if there's a choice at all!) is rarely a simple one.
A few days later I posted another LotusScript-based entry. I expected no interest in it, but was pleasantly surprised how much interest there was. Makes me wonder if LotusScript really is a relic of a dead language.
Time for a survey.