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Is there any chance that some day a version of C with little or no backward compatibility will be released? Again, my perspective is skewed here by my role as a library developer.
I write exception-neutral code (exceptions can pass through harmlessly), but I don't often write code that throws exceptions.
It doesn’t have a variety that other modern languages have. I want: Unicode support, databases, date/time support, serialization, networking (with support for lots of different protocols), parsing, etc., etc. Creators of the original standard library think that it should be small and atomic, and everything else should be in a different library, not in the language itself. Folks there are eager to expand the Standard Library.