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What is Python?

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Who brought Python to life?

The Python I am talking about is not a big snake

Python is one of the great programming languages ​​of our IT developers. It is one of the most popular high-level interpreting languages ​​out of many programming languages. It is easy to write and has a small amount of code. All in all, Pinterest and Instagram also use Python.

(More and more developers are making a living with Python these days.) Its capabilities are not small. It can run on any operating system, so it is an independent platform.

So why was it called Python?

(Python is the name of a rattlesnake in the dictionary, but the actual name Python does not represent a rattlesnake but was inspired by a BBC comedy series in the 1970s called “Monty Python’s Flying Circus”.) (The logo was designed by photographer Tim Parkin and selected by the Mayan snake icon, meaning “the head is given priority and the tail is kept as short as possible.”)

(Derived from the programming language ABC, a major development language for teaching and prototyping in the Netherlands).

In December 1989, he began to realize his dream of strengthening the Python community. The first version, 0.9.0, was released in 1991, and

Python 2.0 was released on October 16, 2000 with many advanced features.





Version 3.4.10rc1 and 3.5.7rc1 were released on March 4, 2019.

Python is now about 19 years old. Now that you have a brief history of Python, let’s start with the history. First, let’s talk a little bit about technicality. Python is open source.

The language syntax is simpler than other programming languages ​​and has fewer code lines, so applications can be written without much memory development time (usually 7 lines of code written in the C ++ language can be completed in 3 lines in Python).

It has many OOP features like Java language and is simpler and easier to understand than Java.

In addition to OOP, functional programming support features such as Javascript (lambda, map, filter and reduce) are also available.

“Which fields can be used to develop which applications?”

Do you want to be a game developer?

You can choose Python.

Want to create business applications?

Can write in Python

Want to do backend web development?

Available in Python

Want to work in data science?

Select Python only

Interested in digital financial management?

You can use Python

Do you still want to do AI or machine learning?

Python is not included

Want to be a big hacker?

Python is still available

Well, at least I didn’t go down without explaining myself first.





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