D (programming language)

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D is an object-oriented, imperative, multiparadigm programming language developed by Walter Bright of Digital Mars as a successor to C/C++. D adds many functionalities to C++ such as automatic memory management, associative arrays, dynamic arrays, nested functions, inner classes, anonymous functions, lazy boolean evaluation; and also retains C++'s ability to do low-level programming via an integrated inline assembler.

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