Swift, which debuted June 2 as a follow-up to Objective-C, made its debut at number 68. "Depending on your perspective, this is either low for a language this significant or impressive for a language that is a few weeks old," said RedMonk analyst Stephen O'Grady in his write-up on the rankings. "Either way, it seems clear that -- whatever its technical issues and limitations -- Swift is a language that is going to be a lot more popular and very soon."
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