Why Python is slow and can fast in the future what do think?
Python is a higher level language than C, which means it abstracts the details of the computer from you - memory management, pointers, etc, and allows you to write programs in a way which is closer to how humans think. It is true that C code usually runs 10 to 100 times faster than Python code if you measure only the execution time. However if you also include the development time Python often beats C.Other interpreted languages such as Java bytecode and .NET bytecode run faster than Python because the standard distributions include a JIT compiler that compiles bytecode to native code at runtime. https://stackoverflow.com/questions/3033329/why-are-python-programs-often-slower-than-the-equivalent-program-written-in-c-
Martin Taylor ok bro fixed it.
Arsenic ok bro and I didn't claim i thought of helping only anyway thanks for correcting me 😊.
ChillPill I don't get it either. But I always tend to find some kind of debate/argument when I read "python", "slow" and "fast" all in same line.
Bot I am interested to know what matric are you using here to back up the fact that Python surpassed Java ?
Martin Taylor you killed me! :P
ChillPill his question isnt that hard to understand. English probably isnt his first language, but we can still pretty much figure out what he is trying to say. So lets not act like compilers shall we?
https://www.talentopia.com/python/python-surpasses-java-and-becomes-the-second-most-popular it might have changed in 2021 though
Python is interpretrt
Coz python is an interpreted language so its slow as compared to other languages.
We hope so,
Martin Taylor sir fyi, recently python has surpassed java and c somehow, so the saying that python is older than java but didnt reach the market penetration has become outdated now.
Why do you think Python is slow ? i mean now. Asghar Abbasi
What is the problem 🤨🧐??
Generador de divicion python.