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Its history was a bit tangled. After the 3rd edition, which was stable and unaltered for 10 years, there should have been a 4th, but for years the committees were unable to reach a consensus, because some wanted to turn the language into a dinosaur, while others (luckily, I think) wanted to keep changes and additions within reasonable limits.
Eventually there was a proposal to issue a measured improvement of the language as an interim version 3.1, which found enough support to be materialized. Only later it was rechristened from 3.1 to 5, and it is this which we now have.
Until now, I believe, the most popular programming language in the world is still on a good path.
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