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Elsewhere in the Tiobe index this month, C again finished first, with a rating of 17.655 percent, followed by Java (13.506 percent), Objective-C (10.096 percent), C++ (4.868 percent), and C# (4.748 percent). Java failed to recover after last month's decline in the index, falling further this month to another all-time low, but C++, which also had a record low last month, inched up slightly.
This month's PyPL index, which also assess language popularity, has Java faring much better, in first place, with a 26.3 percent share. PHP was in second place (12.2 percent), followed by Python (11.2 percent), C# (9.3 percent) and C++ (9 percent). The PyPL index findings are based on analyzing how often language tutorials are searched on in Google.