Python is tolerable but the use of whitespace as delimiter is such an astonishingly stupid idea that it makes the language hard to take seriously.
I was one of the very first people not employed by AT&T to learn C++; I was coding in it for two years before there was a Windows compiler (Zortech) for it, and I used it for 20 years. I haven't used it in ten because the addition of throw destroyed it. I don't recognize it now.
I last wrote in C in 2017; it will live on because of embedded work; every new processor comes with a C compiler, whether it's a CPU, DSP, or whatever.
Java? Seriously? The idiomatic use of throw makes it unreliable.
As for C# I hated it after I sw people using it at Microsoft where people seems to think that without a throw the instruction pointer would just stop moving. Then I got a job using it and LINQ completely changed my mind; we didn't have one throw in the entire project. I think C# has plenty of life left in it because ASP.NERT is so vastly superior to JS and Node.
Unfortunately that company wrote software for university graduations and between hiring a complete idiot as a tech lead and graduation ceremonies falling to the pandemic I don't think that company is still around. Last time I looked at their web site everything was broken.
Funny you didn't mention JS. Very widely used b but compared to the C spectrum it feels like a toy.
BTW Jérémy Génard: SQL is not a programming language. It's a scripting language.