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Google Launched A New Programming Language Called Carbon

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Disappointed by the slow development of C++? Then you must read this.

Google engineers have developed a novel "experimental" open programming language called Carbon as an alternative to the old but reliable C++.

Similar to how Microsoft developed Typescript to upgrade JavaScript and Kotlin was developed to address weaknesses in Java, Carbon could serve as a successor to C++.

A New Language that provides an easy use as a jumping point for developers who want to move onto the latest language that can address the latest development trends, such as memory security and generics.

Google Engineer Chandler Carruth introduced the language this week at the CPP North C++ conference in Toronto.

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