As Nim is a general-purpose language it can be used in various places but has been filling a real niche in the area of Game development and Systems Programming including Embedded systems.
Nim gives you a lot of the convenience you find in Python and other languages, like easy to read syntax, a package management system for using new libraries in your projects, and user-friendly tracebacks for debugging errors.
Nim gives you the speed and portability of C, but with a high-performance garbage-collector and elegant syntax that makes the language very approachable to new people. Nim also gives you control, letting you change the garbage-collector or turn it off completely giving you the option to manage memory yourself. You have a variety of programming paradigms and abstraction layers with Nim.
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