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May. 28th, 2008 (UTC)

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C is dying, IMHO, especially as C++ is almost perfectly a superset (there's a few things that you might still need C for if you're doing something like XIP on some embedded platform, but the next version of C++ should fix this and make it entirely redundant).

If you count web applications, JavaScript is quite big, and the server-side is often scripted as well. There are things like PyPy for Python, and some applications either have big chunks of scripting that you don't really see (big games are a notable example). The client that BitTorrent.com makes is all Python, if I'm not mistaken, and it's pretty hard to tell.


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