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Python and it's implementations for sure. I'm not a pro at Python but I just love it. Previously C / C++ / C# was keeping me busy, but Python has changed that. It makes my code really short, readable and understandable.
Where is FreePascal ? I could vote for Lazarus but not for it's language.
Of all the Languages I've used there are only 2 that can create really standalone native binaries. C/++ and Pascal.
I create all my Utils with Lazarus/FreePascal to use on Linux and Windows (as needed) and has a small memory footprint.