in reply to C/C++ are dying too!

The question to ask, is what language are the 'new' languages that are meant to be replacing C written in?

Only once a replacement becomes self-hosting and bootstrapable, does it begin to become a viable alternative to C.

If it ever becomes the language of choice for the authors of new languages, then we might have a contender.

The only language I've seen that I think could replace C, is The D Language.

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