Carbon language aims to be a better C++

Is it time for a successor to the stalwart C++ language? A group of developers at Google and other organizations believe it is.

The group is behind an experimental language called Carbon, which offers interoperability with C++ while overcoming purported difficulties in improving the legacy language. Carbon attempts to overcome these obstacles by starting over with solid language foundations such as modern generics, a simple syntax, and modular code organization while avoiding the “decades of technical debt” of C or C++.

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