You are tasked with creating a text-based program for taking orders at a roast dinner shop – however, as this is a comparative languages course, you will be creating the same application in the following four programming languages: C or C++ (you may choose either of these),
Lisp or Perl (you may choose either of these).
As you implement the application in each language, you should keep notes on the features of the languages used, which you found useful, as well as any issues or complications which arose due to the complexity or lack of any language features. A brief discussion based on these programming features for each individual language accompanying each implementation is required. Finally, a comparative overview of the languages highlighting how they were suitable or not suitable for the creating this type of application is also required.
It is recommended that the first application you write is in the programming language which is most familiar to you, which will help you to have a working `template` for taking orders - which you can then translate into the other programming languages.