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Google has found a replacement for the C++ programming language. The corporation will launch a new experimental open source programming language called Carbon, which may eventually become a full-fledged replacement for C++.
The new language was presented by Google Carbon engineer Chandler Carruth at the CPP North C++ conference in Toronto.
“C++ has a number of problems that hinder modern developers. It carries a lot of outdated practices that were part of the predecessor language,” says Kerrut.
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