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A friend of mine once told an eminent operating systems expert that he wanted to design a really good programming language. The expert told him that it would be a waste of time, that programming languages don't become popular or unpopular based on their merits, and so no matter how good his language was, no one would use it. At least, that was what had happened to the language he had designed.
What does make a language popular? Do popular languages deserve their popularity? Is it worth trying to define a good programming language? How would you do it?
I think the answers to these questio…
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