The LibHunt Index

We monitor everything that's posted on Reddit, HackerNews & Dev.to.
Based on that data, we have compiled our list of the most popular programming languages.

Top 100 Programming Languages
by social mentions

Rank
Today
Change
Rank
2021 Feb
Programming Language
Rating
1 - 1 14.86%
2 - 2 13.76%
3 - 3
C++
9.00%
4 - 4
C
7.24%
5 - 5 7.07%
6 7
Go
5.33%
7 6
C#
4.90%
8 - 8 4.76%
9 - 9 4.36%
10 11 3.76%
11 10 2.49%
12 - 12
CSS
1.68%
13 14
PHP
1.66%
14 13 1.59%
15 16
Lua
1.24%
16 15 1.18%
17 ↑↑ 19 0.94%
18 - 18 0.89%
19 ↓↓ 17 0.87%
20 - 20 0.85%
21 ↑↑ 23 0.67%
22 ↑↑ 17 39 0.67%
23 ↓↓ 21 0.62%
24 ↓↓ 22 0.60%
25 24 0.59%
26 - 26 0.58%
27 ↓↓ 25
Vue
0.52%
28 27 0.36%
29 28 0.36%
30 ↑↑ 4 34 0.31%
31 30 0.30%
32 33 0.28%
33 ↓↓ 4 29 0.28%
34 ↓↓↓ 31
R
0.26%
35 36
TeX
0.23%
36 ↑↑ 6 42
Nix
0.22%
37 ↓↓ 5 32 0.21%
38 - 38 0.20%
39 ↓↓ 37 0.19%
40 - 40 0.18%
41 - 41 0.15%
42 ↑↑ 44 0.13%
43 - 43 0.13%
44 ↑↑ 8 52 0.12%
45 ↑↑ 4 49
HCL
0.11%
46 47 0.10%
47 ↓↓ 12 35
Nim
0.10%
48 ↑↑ 7 55
F#
0.09%
49 ↑↑ 4 53 0.09%
50 ↓↓ 48 0.08%
51 50 0.08%
52 ↓↓ 7 45 0.08%
53 ↑↑ 7 60 0.08%
54 ↑↑ 5 59 0.08%
55 ↓↓ 4 51 0.08%
56 - - 0.08%
57 ↑↑ 5 62
ASL
0.08%
58 57 0.07%
59 ↓↓↓ 56
Zig
0.07%
60 ↓↓ 6 54
QML
0.07%
61 - 61 0.07%
62 ↑↑↑ 65 0.06%
63 ↓↓ 5 58 0.06%
64 ↑↑ 15 79 0.06%
65 ↓↓ 19 46 0.06%
66 ↓↓↓ 63 0.05%
67 68 0.05%
68 ↑↑ 4 72
D
0.05%
69 ↑↑ 5 74 0.05%
70 ↓↓↓ 67 0.04%
71 ↓↓ 7 64 0.04%
72 ↑↑ 9 81
Elm
0.04%
73 ↑↑↑ 76 0.04%
74 ↓↓ 8 66 0.04%
75 ↓↓ 6 69 0.04%
76 ↑↑ 10 86
VBA
0.03%
77 ↑↑ 39 116 0.03%
78 ↓↓ 8 70 0.03%
79 ↑↑ 20 99 0.03%
80 ↑↑ 17 97 0.03%
81 ↑↑↑ 84
Ada
0.03%
82 ↓↓ 5 77 0.03%
83 - 83 0.03%
84 ↑↑↑ 87 0.03%
85 ↓↓ 14 71 0.03%
86 ↓↓ 8 78 0.03%
87 88 0.03%
88 ↑↑ 4 92 0.02%
89 ↓↓ 7 82
DM
0.02%
90 ↑↑ 32 122 0.02%
91 ↓↓ 6 85
V
0.02%
92 ↑↑ 12 104 0.02%
93 ↓↓ 13 80
Tcl
0.02%
94 ↓↓ 5 89 0.02%
95 ↓↓ 4 91 0.02%
96 ↓↓ 21 75 0.02%
97 ↓↓ 7 90 0.02%
98 ↑↑ 9 107
GAP
0.02%
99 ↑↑ 7 106 0.02%
100 ↑↑ 102 0.02%

We have used 331,733 mentions to prepare this list (collecting data since Dec 2020). The ranking is updated every day at midnight - Pacific Time (US & Canada).

These are all of the other languages that didn't make it to the top:
Raku, Smarty, Fortran, SystemVerilog, Nunjucks, Inno Setup, Arduino, NSIS, sed, UnrealScript, SQF, TSQL, Bicep, WebAssembly, Visual Basic, EJS, Prolog, reStructuredText, Less, SourcePawn, AppleScript, Jsonnet, Coq, YAML, Dhall, Reason, Awk, Idris, Apex, Yacc, DIGITAL Command Language, Smali, Cuda, Handlebars, Max, Pug, YARA, Blade, Standard ML, AMPL, Brainfuck, Lean, XSLT, Hy, Vim Snippet, Fluent, Brightscript, Meson, HolyC, Hack, Sass, AGS Script, Stan, VBScript, COBOL, Open Policy Agent, TLA, Liquid, PostScript, Gnuplot, Papyrus, LLVM, Sage, Smalltalk, Factor, Mercury, ObjectScript, APL, Org, Agda, Modelica, ImageJ Macro, Stylus, Eagle, ANTLR, PLSQL, LabVIEW, ASP.NET, YASnippet, M4, MoonScript, BitBake, nesC, Red, Twig, CartoCSS, KiCad, BASIC, PureBasic, Stata, Arc, DTrace, Modula-2, Nextflow, Isabelle, Xtend, ZIL, Pawn, Gherkin, JSON, Rascal, Volt, Inform 7, Slash, JSONiq, Perl 6, Lex, Riot, Chapel, J, MQL5, q, RobotFramework, QMake, ATS, OpenEdge ABL, PEG.js, CUE, SuperCollider, NASL, Bluespec, ABAP, Groff, ASP, IDL, Pony, XML, RPC, MAXScript, XS, NWScript, Latte, BlitzMax, SWIG, BlitzBasic, Eiffel, Gosu, FreeMarker, Q#, wisp, Csound Document, M, Mako, F*, xBase, Logtalk, VCL, Propeller Spin, Nginx, SaltStack