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Cooool! The "language" that killed Perl got an unknown rating lower than 0.19% (likely fairly significantly lower as there are 21 other languages between Raku and Apex - whatever that is - that has those 0.19%) while Delphi/Object pascal, a language that had basically been considered a flop and a dead end by early 2000s got 1.01% and Perl itself wobbles at 0.60 %. Bring in the Champagne!

Classic Visual Basic has got 0.75%! Language declared legacy during 2008! The final release was version 6 in 1998!!!

Jenda
1984 was supposed to be a warning,
not a manual!


In reply to Re: Raku is one of the few newbies in the top 100 by Jenda
in thread Raku is one of the few newbies in the top 100 by reisinge

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