Why do C++ programmers are not interested in D?
newbie2019 at gmail.com
Tue Nov 19 15:44:04 UTC 2019
On Tuesday, 19 November 2019 at 15:08:55 UTC, IGotD- wrote:
> In the real world the statistics are clear, simplicity rules.
> Major languages like Python and Java are popular because they
> are experienced as simpler languages. In the real world you
> want to get from A to B with as little effort as possible. Rust
> will never pick up because of this. However, D has an edge here
> as it can be a simpler alternative to C++ and that is why I
> started to use D. It currently interesting to see all those
> DIPs trying make Rust out of D but if it makes the language
> more complicated D will lose its competitiveness.
The Microsoft, Facebook, intel, Mozilla use Rust for billions
dollar projects, I will consider that a real world Rust success
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