> What there are _not_ are reasons for new development to cling to
> languages which make flawed constructs easy for the individual
> programmer to misuse.

Certainly there are - or people wouldn't be doing it.

Whether you or I think those reasons are good reasons is another
question.  (Some of the most obviously plausible: it's what the
programmers know; it's what the target sytem supports; it's necessary
to interface to some externally-supplied libraries....)

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