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September 2019

Ripley ranks reddit's programming language subreddits by number of subscribers.

The languages programmers are talking about this month are:

# Language Subscribers % Change vs
September 2018
1 JavaScript 677,881 30.63  
2 Python 411,744 18.6  
3 Java 143,082 6.47  
4 C# 115,087 5.2 up from 5
5 PHP 104,969 4.74 down from 4
6 C++ 99,075 4.48  
7 Go 85,901 3.88  
8 Rust 71,539 3.23 up from 9
9 Ruby 57,953 2.62 down from 8
10 C 57,714 2.61  
11 Swift 50,560 2.28  
12 Haskell 45,504 2.06  
13 Scala 26,612 1.2  
14 Lisp 21,658 0.98 up from 15
15 Kotlin 20,487 0.93 up from 16
16 TypeScript 19,531 0.88 up from 20
17 VBA 18,095 0.82 up from 21
18 Clojure 18,035 0.81 down from 14
19 R 15,188 0.69  
20 Elixir 14,145 0.64 down from 18

Outside of the top 20: Perl (12,720), Elm (8,101), Lua (7,980), Dart (7,709), Erlang (7,488), Julia (7,478), F# (6,344), Objective C (6,219), Assembly (6,081), OCaml (5,895), Scheme (5,660), Visual Basic (5,232), Racket (3,968), Wasm (2,931), Crystal (2,831), D (2,633), Scratch (2,547), Nim (2,481), Prolog (2,465), CoffeeScript (2,405), Fortran (2,361), Ada (2,324), Idris (2,282), Groovy (2,192), Purescript (2,075), Reason (1,916), Pascal (1,702), Solidity (1,651), Forth (1,617), Smalltalk (1,535), Haxe (1,323), AppleScript (1,210), COBOL (1,142), ColdFusion (1,104), TCL (906), Agda (775), Pony (600), Standard ML (580), Wolfram (475), Vala (362), Hack (232), Oberon (214), Xojo (191), Ceylon (171), Monkey (85), Chapel (62), Fantom (59), Opa (16), Ballerina (8), Nemerle (8)

Pages scraped: 2019-09-01T09:21:16+10:00

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