10 Most popular programming languages in August 2021

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The PopularitY of Programming Language (PYPL) Index comes up with the top and popular programming languages in August. PYPL works on analyses of Google Trends and understands the requirements and use of the developers. Here are the most popular programming languages in August 2021 according to PYPL.

1. Python
Python is a high-level general-purpose programming language that is readable and works on object-oriented concepts. It includes functional and structured programming supporting multiple programming paradigms.

2. Java
Java is an object-oriented, high-level, general-purpose programming language allowing developers to write the code once and run it anywhere. Java is also one of the oldest programming languages that have similar syntax as C and C++.

3. JavaScript
JavaScript is the programming language that is just-in-time compiled, high-level, and multiple-paradigm. It has dynamic typing, curly bracket syntax, prototype-based object-oriented, curly-bracket syntax, and first-class functions.

4. C#
C# is a multi-paradigm, general-purpose, programming language encompassing strong typing, static typing, declarative, imperative, lexically scoped, object-oriented, generic, functional, and component-oriented programming disciplines.

5. C/C++
C/C++ is a general-purpose programming language that works with classes. It is a generic, object-oriented, and functional programming language that manipulates the low-level memory used to enhance efficiency, performance, and flexibility.

6. PHP
PHP is a general-purpose scripting language that has evolved with written formal specifications. The server-side programming language works with the reference implementation standing for recursive initialism PHP.

7. R
R is free software and programming language environment for graphics and statistical computing. It supports the R Foundation for Statistical Computing and the R Core Team. The programming language was at 12th position in the TIOBE index.

8. Objective-C
Objective-C is an object-oriented, general-purpose, and standard programming language that can be used for application development in macOS and iOS. The programming language is used as an extension to the C language.

9. TypeScript
TypeScript is a programming language that can be used to develop large applications and transcompiles. It is a syntactical superset of JavaScript that can help in working for server-side and client-side execution.

10. Swift
Swift is a multi-paradigm, general-purpose, compiled programming language that can work as a replacement for Objective-C. This programming language is used with Apple Cocoa Touch and Cocoa frameworks interoperating a huge body of code in Objective-C.