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Future of C++

I am a beginner. And I decided to code in c++. But I hear from people about this that c++ is a dying programming language. Let me tell something about future of C++ for motivating me .

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8/11/2022 4:16:46 PM

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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.

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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.

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Thanks everyone for your motivational answers ..... ♥️

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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

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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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https://www.mycplus.com/featured-articles/is-c-still-relevant-in-2020/amp/ https://www.educative.io/blog/learn-cpp-for-2022#nextsteps https://www.makeuseof.com/is-cpp-still-relevant-in-2021/

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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.