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Then there is Haxe that is a higher level language that directly transpiles to C++. But I wouldn't really say the syntax is simpler than for C++
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Well you can use Cython transpile certain Python to C code, albeit it still needs the Python runtime and a lot of other stuff, so it isn't really a direct conversion.
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