TIOBE'nin Programlama Dili İstatistikleri

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TIOBE Programming Community Index for September 2007

Position
Sep 2007
Position
Sep 2006
Delta in Position Programming Language Ratings
Sep 2007
Delta
Sep 2006
Status
1 1 Java 21.701% +0.17%   A
2 2 C 14.908% -3.15%   A
3 4 (Visual) Basic 10.748% +0.12%   A
4 5 PHP 10.204% +1.08%   A
5 3 C++ 9.938% -0.82%   A
6 6 Perl 5.416% -0.01%   A
7 8 C# 3.583% +0.59%   A
8 7 Python 3.025% -0.12%   A
9 9 JavaScript 2.722% +0.28%   A
10 13 Ruby 2.065% +1.13%   A
11 12 PL/SQL 1.860% +0.82%   A
12 11 SAS 1.395% -0.54%   A
13 16 D 1.370% +0.82%   A
14 10 Delphi 1.224% -0.88%   A
15 17 ABAP 0.706% +0.15%   A--
16 14 Lisp/Scheme 0.633% -0.02%   B
17 15 COBOL 0.630% +0.07%   B
18 50 Lua 0.572% +0.51%   B
19 19 Ada 0.566% +0.03%   B
20 21 Fortran 0.478% +0.08%   B

Long term trends

The long term trends for the first 10 programming languages can be found in the line diagram below.

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Other programming languages

The complete top 50 of programming languages is listed below. This overview is published unofficially, because it could be the case that we missed a language. If you have the impression there is a programming language lacking, please notify us at tpci@tiobe.com.


Position Programming Language Ratings
21 Transact-SQL 0.452%
22 Pascal 0.429%
23 ActionScript 0.407%
24 FoxPro/xBase 0.387%
25 Awk 0.383%
26 MATLAB 0.364%
27 IDL 0.326%
28 Prolog 0.313%
29 ColdFusion 0.297%
30 Logo 0.249%
31 Bash 0.221%
32 RPG 0.198%
33 Tcl/Tk 0.187%
34 LabView 0.178%
35 Haskell 0.147%
36 Smalltalk 0.145%
37 CL (OS/400) 0.133%
38 Forth 0.119%
39 Natural 0.116%
40 Erlang 0.109%
41 VBScript 0.102%
42 APL 0.101%
43 REXX 0.088%
44 Objective-C 0.084%
45 OCaml 0.082%
46 Icon 0.079%
47 Postscript 0.076%
48 Lingo 0.075%
49 ML 0.074%
50 R 0.072%

The Next 50 Programming Languages

The following list of languages denotes #51 to #100. Since the differences are relatively small, the programming languages are only listed (in alphabetical order).

  • ABC, AD, Alpha, Applescript, AspectJ, Beta, Boo, cg, Ch, CIL, Clean, Csh, cT, DC, Dylan, Eiffel, Euphoria, F#, Felix, Focus, Groovy, Inform, Io, J#, MAD, Magic, Maple, Mathematica, Modula-2, MOO, MUMPS, Occam, OPL, Oz, PILOT, PL/I, Powerbuilder, Progress, Q, REALbasic, S-lang, Scala, Seed7, SIGNAL, Simula, SPSS, Verilog, VHDL, XSLT, Yorick

September Newsflash - Brought to you by Paul Jansen

  • The programming languages C and C++ have hard times. The graph below shows the ratings for C for the last 5 years. C is gradually declining with a new all-time low score this month.

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    I have got the impression that embedded software engineers are moving from C to C++ because almost all main stream IC vendors offer C++ compilers nowadays. On the other hand, lots of Microsoft shops start their new projects in C# rather than C++, thus migrating away from C++. Since the number of Visual Studio programmers is much larger than the number of embedded software engineers, both C and C++ suffer in popularity.

  • In the tables below some long term trends are listed about categories of languages. The tables show that dynamically typed object-oriented languages are still becoming more popular.

    Category Ratings September 2007 Delta September 2006
    Object-Oriented Languages 52.5% +1.2%
    Procedural Languages 44.4% -2.4%
    Logical Languages 1.8% +0.7%
    Functional Languages 1.4% +0.5%


    Category Ratings September 2007 Delta September 2006
    Statically Typed Languages 56.9% -3.6%
    Dynamically Typed Languages 43.1% +3.6%

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