Google Believes That Its Latest Programming Language, C++, May Thrive in 2022
The new programming language, Carbon, though still an experiment, is expected to succeed and drop C++
Google’s new programming language, Carbon, is expected to topple and replace C++. While some might think Rust is the successor, Carbon will be interoperable with C++, ensuring a smooth transition for users.
The markup language has evolved and improved over the years, replacing existing paradigms with better, more user-friendly paradigms. Google Principal Software Engineer Chandler Carruth said that Carbon was initially a Mozilla product and did not have “two-way interoperability” like other tools. This flaw creates a kind of language barrier when translating between different markup languages.
Currently, the Carbon family is made up primarily of Google employees. However, the team believes that it needs an “independent community-driven project” to be successful.
The language of carbon is not only accessible but also includes the culture of the project. The markup language currently works as an experiment according to Tech Rader but can be downloaded for users to try.
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