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So you want somebody to tell you that it's not dying? 🙃 Nobody can foresee the future of C++. But it's not like C++ becomes totally obsolete from one second to the other. Learning one programming language will help you learning others as well.
Totally agree with Lisa , I am learning C now, despite it's about 40 years old but it's around, inside smartphones, PCs, servers, embedded systems... I'd like to learn Cpp also. For sure it's hard but certainly does worth it.
Thanks everyone for your motivational answers ..... ♥️
C/C++ clears many basic concepts and have proper command on program unlike other programming language. I learn both c & c++ and now if i learn any new language it takes me some days only because they are relatively easier and somehow related to these languages itself
Its a tool like example you are performing some drawing through pencil and now you are doing same task with the another tool in app it is a same task but it made simple but your drawing skills will still depend on you
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C++ is not very user friendly if you want to create windows applications. In that case, C# is the preferred language, but I don't think Microsoft will replace C++ with another language when they create a new version of windows.