Why do we have more people subscribe to C++ than python course?

Hi, I started doing python programming recently, but I noticed there are more subscribers in the C++ , I always felt python is the coding language of the future, could I be wrong... why would anyone go through the tedious syntax of C++ rather than learn the easy powerful python language which seem more incline to modern day programming

21st Feb 2017, 6:00 AM
Ejike Richard
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I never understood why people hype Python so much. I'd only choose Python for simple scripts which don't need good performance.
21st Feb 2017, 6:13 AM
Zilvinas Steckevicius
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Yes, but now, not in future we still need fast and productivity language such as C++. It is also needed in microcontroller programming, and everywhere, where speed has important role. One of that reasons is that C++ is compile language.
21st Feb 2017, 6:18 AM
Leshark - avatar
Ever heard of Pypy and algorithmic optimisation? Not to mention you can compile Python code and it can be nearly as efficient as C code.
21st Feb 2017, 1:59 PM
Amaras A
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