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This Is Why People Love Python Programming

Python is like Heath Ledger in the programming world. Who does even hate Heath Ledger? Our very own Joker! Python is just like that in the developer community these days. Famous, Loved, Appreciated, Accepted!
On a side note, Heath Ledger does not deserve Oscar, Oscar deserves him 😢🙌

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Python is an English like, general-purpose, object-oriented programming language created by Guido Van Rossum initially released in 1991 named after a TV show that he loved named - Monty Python’s Flying Circus.
We love Python and You should also love Python. Here’s why,

1) Beginner Friendly and Ease to Learn

Being a beginner starting with programming can be tough! Trust me, you are a beginner and you are learning something like C++ or Java with all those syntactic sugar. Oh, that’s headache, or maybe heartache🤔
But that’s not the case with Python. Python’s short and crisp syntax makes it easier for the beginner to understand and appreciate. Also because it is closer to English like language, beginners love to code in Python.

Just check out the first code that you would probably write in your programming journey,

Python:

print(“Hello World”)

Java:

public class Demo{
public static void main(Strings [] args){
System.out.println(“Hello World”);
}
}

This itself proves the point. Doesn’t it?

2) Clean Code and Simple Syntax

Even the previous example proves this point. But let’s try and dive deep. Python is known for its clean code. Meaning, since it uses indentation rather than curly braces and semicolons, it makes the code cleaner and syntax as simple as it could be.

Let’s understand it using a simple example of a Linear search.

Python:

def search(arr, n, x):
for i in range (0, n):
if (arr[i] == x):
return i;
return -1;
arr = [ 2, 3, 4, 10, 40 ];
x = 10;
n = len(arr);
result = search(arr, n, x)
if(result == -1):
print("Element is not present in array")
else:
print("Element is present at index", result);


C:

#include < stdio.h>
int search(int arr[], int n, int x)
{
int i;
for (i = 0; i < n; i++)
if (arr[i] == x)
return i;
return -1;
}
int main(void)
{
int arr[] = { 2, 3, 4, 10, 40 };
int x = 10;
int n = sizeof(arr) / sizeof(arr[0]);
int result = search(arr, n, x);
(result == -1) ? printf("Element is not present in array") :
printf("Element is present at index %d", result);
return 0;
}


See? Python makes it simple! Short, Readable, Easy

3) Ultimate Power

Python

Python is like Thanos’s Infinity Gauntlet with multiple infinity stones. You can use Python to do almost everything. And that's the ultimate power that Python gives you. With Python, one can get hands-on Web/App/ Desktop Development, Data Science and Machine Learning, Automation, IoT and Embedded Programming, and so much more.
So when are you planning to flap your fingers and use this power?

4) Modern Features

Python is a programming language of the future. Thus, it surely should have some modern and amazing features. Features such as Sets and Maps, List comprehensions, Lambda functions, and more make Python exciting and worth a try for the developers. Python is absolutely fun to code!

5) Amazing support for OOP

OOP, Object Oriented Programming is one of the most used, most loved, and powerful programming paradigms.

Being a scripting language, Python is really closer to the real-world object-oriented programming support right after PHP. OOP with python is fun, neat, and standardized. People with nightmare experience of OOP with Perl or wired with Javascript will love to code in OOP using Python.

6) Tons of Libraries

Python

Creating and exploring different projects in Python is the next level of fun! It does not matter what you wish to do, Image processing? GUI Development? Data Analysis? Python has got a library for each. And that’s one of the main reasons why people love Python. Python libraries are powerful, well documented, easy to implement, and more.
Want to code with less heartache? Python can do that for you!

7) Amazing Community

Python community

People, Python community people are one of the main reasons why developers choose Python. The Python community is one of the biggest programming communities out there with love and acceptance. You can’t get stuck while working with Python because of its strong community support. And when two Python programmers meet, that story is far better than Twilight🤣😅

8) Demand and Job Opportunities

Ease to use, easy to implement, multiple thighs to code, no doubt Python is popular and is in demand. The demand for quality and skilled Python developers is ever-increasing and does not seem to slow down. With an average salary of $109,000 per year, and 10,000 job opportunities worldwide according to a survey, Python is promising and is the need of the hour.
Just imagine, Coding the language you love and getting high pays for it? Sound like a plan, right?

These are just a few reasons we love Python and why you should also start a relationship with Python.
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