>Well, no one codes in BASIC anymore
Can you prove it?
>I remember reading something about a two languages before C called, A and B.
I wouldn't be surprised if there is an A language, but it has nothing to do with C. C is a more powerful derivative of B, which was a simpler derivative of BCPL, which was based on CPL.
>from my opinion, sooner or later C gonna be fading.
This is not likely. Do you have any idea how much C code is floating around the world? To kill C we would have to rewrite all of it in another language. Since that isn't going to happen anytime soon, C will be around for some time.
>The 'C' language was named after the second letter (as the second language).
That's an iffy statement since most everyone knows that it could be named using the second letter of BCPL or the next letter in the latin alphabet. Dennis Ritchie never fessed up about that.