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Python 4 6.90%
C 11 18.97%
C++ 8 13.79%
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Java 8 13.79%
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Old 11-01-2002, 02:36 AM   #61
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I hope so........ But offcourse it will loose its popularity because in future hardware speed will be zooming with the introduction of molecular, atomic and sub-atomic scale computers. Future computers will be several trillion times faster than today's computer, so program speed won't be such important thing. ( from C++ programming how-to )
 
  


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