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is python really powerful language....

28th Jun 2016, 3:45 PM
Aakash Sharma
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In many ways it is, but on the other hand it really depends on what you want to do. It doenst't hurt to learn it, as it is a great first language to learn and you can appky it to many things. personally, I use it for GIS and for data analysis.
28th Jun 2016, 8:26 PM
Jasper Ro
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It depends. If you absolutely need code that runs fast, Python might not be your best bet. However, Python can effectively be used for so many things it's a very useful language when dealing with input/output or when speed isn't much of a concern. Not to even mention that the syntax is laughably easy and you need fewer lines of code to accomplish a task than in most other languages! :)
29th Jun 2016, 8:20 AM
Lari Liuhamo
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28th Jun 2016, 4:47 PM
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From what I have learned. It's best to learn as many programming languages as possible cause each one has it's own unique thing from the other. What I want to say is that one may be better in one area that interest you then the others. So it's what you're wanting to do with it. Python came out to be able to run scripts quickly and easily without doing a whole lot. Where C, C++ or Java can't\couldn't.
10th Aug 2016, 2:33 AM
It's really powerfull. But you shouldn't use it in very large projects, imo. And it's definitely not for video games creation
3rd Jul 2016, 7:03 PM
It depends how you define the word 'powerful'. Python cannot have as much control over your system as languages like C or C++, but on the other hand it has a solid standard library and a ton of great libraries accessible through pip. Additionally, it offers a great selection of tools for handling I/O tasks (input/output), which can sometimes be way more useful than raw speed. For anything other than systems programming, I would indeed call Python a powerful language.
4th Feb 2017, 7:41 AM
Lari Liuhamo
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