Google Bard extends its language support on Replit, now holds up 18 programming languages

The list includes C++, JavaScript, and more.

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Key notes

  • Google Bard now supports more programming languages in Replit export feature.
  • The feature has been extended to 18 programming languages.
  • Besides, the AI chatbot also extended its language support to Japanese & Korean.

Here’s a piece of good news for developers. Google Bard is going through some interesting changes recently. Besides rolling out language support for Japanese and Korean, Google’s popular AI-powered chatbot now supports more programming languages in Replit export. 

“As we continue to see developers come to Bard for help with coding, we’ve heard that you want to engage in Bard’s coding-specific features in more programming languages,” says Google on Bard’s experiment update page.

Take a look at how it works in its official demo below:

Previously limited to Python, Bard’s Replit integration now caters to a diverse range of programming languages, including C++, JavaScript, Ruby, PHP SQL, Dart, Swift, and more. The Export to Replit feature now supports at least 18 languages.

Last summer, Google launched the Replit integration exclusively for Python. The process is straightforward: users can input prompt words to request code formation, and after it’s generated, they can utilize the Share button, which includes an option labeled “Export to Replit.”

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