Since the beginning of 2016, Java and C language appeared on the obvious trend of decline, compared with last year, the two languages of the market share fell by more than 6%. According to TIOBE data show that the original Java and C language users have turned to other programming languages, and we do not have a specific preference, to switch to which programming language.
At present, with the increasing use of software in all walks of life, it is clear that C language and Java language has been unable to meet the needs of users. What programming language has a lot of cluster, it is easy to prove that when the market share of only 0.6% of the programming language can be discharged into the top 20, and now this figure is enough to let it row To the 33rd.
Programming language list TOP20 list
The following is the 21-50-bit programming language, ranked as follows:
Top 10 Programming Language TIOBE Index Trends (2002-2016)
The following is 50-100: because the difference is small, only the names listed below (in alphabetical order)
(Visual C), CFML, cg, CL (OS / 400), Clipper, Common Lisp, Crystal, Elixir, Elm, Emacs Lisp (Visual C ++) Fortune, Icon, IDL, Inform, Io, J, Julia, Korn shell, Kotlin, Maple, ML, NATURAL, NXT-G, OCaml, OpenCL, OpenEdge ABL, Oz, PL / I, PowerShell, Processing, REXX, Ring , S, Smalltalk, SPARK, SPSS, Standard ML, Stata, Tcl, VBScript, Verilog, VHDL
Top 10 Programming Language Ranking Longer Trends (1987-2017)
(Note: the position taken from the 12-month average)
Annual Programming Language (2003-2016)
It must be stated that the list itself is collected in the English world data, although there are some reference in the reflection of the trend, but with China's actual situation is not fully consistent, and that the sampling itself has considerable limitations.
TIOBE Programming Language The Community Rank is an indicator of the programming language trends, updated monthly, based on the number of experienced programmers, courses and third-party vendors on the Internet. Rankings are calculated using well-known search engines such as Google, MSN, Yahoo !, Wikipedia, YouTube, and Baidu. Please note that this ranking is only a reflection of the popularity of a programming language, and can not explain a programming language is good, or a language written by the number of the number of code.
This list can be used to examine whether your programming skills are advancing with the times and can be used as a language choice when developing new systems.
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