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In 2007, Google decided to create a new programming language to replace C++, the Go language. Although it does not replace C++ as desired, it has the similar performance of C and the similar development efficiency of parsing languages and near-perfect compilation speed. Many programmers regard it as “the C language of the 21st century”, which is more and more widely used in cloud computing, edge computing, big data, micro services, Internet of things, and high concurrency domain.