Python - One of the Fastest Growing Programming Languages
My mother language 😝
When talking about just beginning to learn, Python remains to be an easier choice somehow. In reality, being simple and easy to understand is one of the key design goals of the Python programming language.
Python comes with dynamic semantics and is popularly known to be an interpreted, object-oriented, high-level programming language. The easy and simple to learn the syntax of Python emphasizes readability and thus lowers the cost of maintenance of the program. Modules and packages are provided by Python, which facilitates program modularity and code reuse.
In Python, there are so many Pros, such as
- Python is a powerful object-oriented programming language.
- Python comes with a large standard library, so it supports many common programming tasks.
- Python has its auto-installed shell
- Python is a portable language so that it can run on a wide variety of operating systems and platforms.
- Python helps you to make complex programming simpler. As it internally deals with memory addresses, garbage collection.
- Python offers database interfaces to all major commercial DBMS systems.
When taking a look at the cons of Python, you may feel there are nothing. But yes there are a few.
- Used in fewer platforms.
- Weak in mobile computing, hence not used in app development
- As Python is dynamic, so it shows more errors at run-time.
- The under-developed and primitive database access layer
- Absence of commercial support
Check out some of these amazing python blogs as well :)
- Trojan by Apoorv Tyagi
- Ayushi Rawat's Blog by Ayushi Rawat
- Coding Nuts by Nishant Gour
- Prahlad Inala by Prahlad Inala
Just like Python, there are advantages of JS as,
- Specially designed tool for small scripts
- Supports classes, interfaces, & modules.
- Allows cross-compilation
- Nemotivity by Subha Chanda
- Uncle Bigbay's Blog by Ayodele Samuel Adebayo
- UtpalTheDev Blog by Utpal Pati
- Victor Ikechukwu by Victor Ikechukwu
Python vs JS - Similarities
Python vs JS - Differences
Which is better?
Actually, it depends on what you need to do. Happy Coding!