Introduction To Python

What is Python?

Python is a server-side Object-oriented programming language. It was developed by Guido van Rossum in 1991. It can be be used for Web development, Software development, Mathematics, System scripting. Python is an Interpreted Programming language. Python is easy to use & learn yet powerful and versatile scripting language python is completely different from other languages such as java, c++, visual basic, C#, etc.
Python has not the compiler. So it is faster than other languages. (Execution Timing)

It fully Objects Oriented Programming language it has many features like Class, Inheritance, Constructors, etc.

Why Python?

Python is an Independent language. Python runs on different platforms like Windows, Mac, Linux, etc.

Python syntax is very simple like English language words.

Data analysis is very easy to do in Python.

Python code is much easier than other languages, the code completes within a few lines.

Python syntax similar to other languages in programming

1. Python uses new lines to complete a Command in contrast to other programming languages which often use semicolons or parentheses.

2. Python uses indentation to describe the context, utilizing white space; such as loops, functions, and groups. For this reason, many programming languages often use curly brackets.

3. Python is developed for readability and with input from mathematics has some similarity to the English language.

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