I think it depends what you mean by "obscurity."
There are billions of lines of Java out there and while it will almost certainly not be the first choice for new projects 50 years from now, I'm betting that we're still going to be maintaining a lot of that code for the foreseeable future.
The COBOL of 2050.
That's quite likely.
In other words, only used in Brazil for banking?
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