Python is an interactive language. It’s easy to use, versatile and dynamic, which helps to explain why it has become such a popular option. Its script is interpreted, which means that the code is processed as the program is running. Only certain parts of the code are inspected when it comes time to compile.

Python is clear and readable with simple syntax. It’s object-oriented and has a flexible structure. It’s also case-sensitive, and if there’s any whitespace then this is interpreted as a signal of where plays a role in determining where blocks and statements end. If there’s an indentation in the wrong place then the Python interpreter will flag this up as a syntax error.

If this is hard to grasp then there is plenty of free information online, and failing that, the large community of Python programmers will usually be willing to answer your questions quickly. If all else fails, the Python library on the official website is stocked with pre-written modules, so some of the work for your next project will be done for you.

Python script suits all kinds of web applications and is used on projects both large and small. Not only that, it also finds its way into lots of desktop apps. These include 3D animation programs, games, A.I. implementations and information security programs. It also features in a lot of operating systems, with Linux being a notable one. Lots of corporate giants rely on Python, including Netflix, Facebook, Instagram, Dropbox and more.

Python’s readability, along with its short, clear syntax make it easy for beginners to learn, and once they’ve learned it they hold onto it. It’s simple, popular and effective, so it’s no wonder that Python is in use all over the world.

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