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I probably should have been more clear there. The perl interpreter, java virtual machines, smalltalk environment and other such things might be considered enterprise software because you need them to make things work. They aren't similar to the output of a C or C++ program. You can run a program written in C without having a C compiler, but to run a Perl program you need a perl interpreter.

The perl intrepreter is decentralized though. Most places don't have only one perl intrepreter that everyone has to use for everything everywhere.

You haven't cleared the water much though. As I said at the start, many people can come up with a definition pretty quickly, but that doesn't mean that they are right or that their definition matches anyone else's. You haven't offered your own definition though, so you really haven't added anything.

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