at the present day; in these times: Few people do their laundry by hand nowadays.
the present: The kitchens of nowadays are much more efficient than when I was a boy.
Nowadays. NYC. Trees, ping pong, checkers, grass to lie in, fresh air, and the
occasional passing freight train. Good food for meat eaters, veggies and vegans.
People don't wear hats much nowadays. <nowadays wives are just as likely to
work outside the home as their husbands are> ...
Not so, there's an immense amount of C++ legacy software around plus some of the applications listed below couldn't really be written in anything but C++.
Reading a question on reddit.com I'd guess most is maintenance but I'm sure there will be new projects in C++:
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[Middle English nouadaies : nou, now; see now + a (variant of on, on; see on) +
daies, genitive of dai, day; see day.] American Heritage® Dictionary of the ...
Jan 31, 2011 ... The correct word is "nowadays." "Nowdays" and "now a days" are errors (
although the correct "nowadays" comes from a Middle English phrase ...
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nowadays (not comparable). At the present time; in the current era. [from 14th c.]
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