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Its a high-level and interpreted programming language known for its readability and simplicity. Guido van Rossum created and released it in 1991. Python emphasizes code readability and allows developers to express complex concepts in just a few lines of code.

Key Features

  • Easy to Learn: Python's simple and clean syntax makes it easy for beginners to understand and write code. 
  • Interpreted: Python code is executed line by line, which means you don't need to compile it before running, making the development process faster and more interactive. 
  • High-level Language: Python provides abstractions that help you focus on solving problems rather than low-level details. 
  • Dynamic Typing: You don't need to declare variable types explicitly, as Python infers them at runtime. 
  • Large Standard Library: Python comes with a vast collection of modules and libraries that facilitate various tasks, from handling data to web development and more. 
  • Multi-paradigm: Python supports both object-oriented, imperative, and functional programming paradigms, giving developers flexibility in their coding styles. 
  • Cross-platform: Python code can run on various platforms, including Windows, macOS, Linux, and more. 
  • Community and Ecosystem: Python has a robust community of developers who actively contribute to the language and build numerous third-party packages, expanding its functionality and usability. 

Python is commonly used in a wide range of applications, such as web development, data analysis, artificial intelligence, machine learning, automation, scripting, and scientific computing, to name a few. 


Python has multiple versions, with Python 2.x and Python 3.x being the most prominent. However, it's essential to use Python 3.x since Python 2.x reached its end of life on January 1, 2020, and is no longer receiving updates and support. As a result, all new Python projects and codebases should use Python 3.x.

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