General-purpose programming language and toolchain for maintaining robust, optimal, and reusable software.
A simpler language exists, named Zig. Zig is a newish language that still hasn't hit a 1.0 milestone release quite yet, it's currently at 0.9.1. But Zig is, in my eyes, a very good language. It's plain, it's simple, and you can read through the documentation pretty easily. It lends itself to classic C, and borrows ideas from other languages in a few places.
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The beauty behind Zig is that it supports many cross-platform targets by using shims from LLVM, and almost any platform that LLVM supports, Zig will support. Let's try to write some Zig code now to add two signed integer numbers.
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