Before we compare two languages let’s have a brief introduction of both.
This is one of the most trending languages out there. It was first introduced in 1991 by Guido van Rossum who is the creator of Python. From the beginning, it is a high-level language that follows the concept of OOP’s. As it is an interpreted language, python read the source code line by line and executes it as the same.
Example of Python Programming
#Hello world on Python print(“hello world”) #output hello world
#Syntax for popup alert box on the browser <script> alert(“Hello world”); </script>
|Python file can run on Windows, Linux, and Mac, but to do so you need to download the Python Interpreter.||It is platform-independent; it can run on all platforms, it just needs a browser to run.|
- It can run on any browser.
- It is very easy to learn.
- It has a vast community around the world
- It has a rich interface due to the Drag and Drop components.
- Even a single error can stop the whole site interface.
- It does not have the concept of reading from the file or write on the file.
- It is quick and easy to learn from other object-oriented languages.
- It supports multiple platforms to run and platform like on Mac, it comes pre-installed.
- The syntax of the language is well organized and easy to read.
- It is a dynamic language so you do not need to define the variable datatype.
- It has a large community.
- Supports the OOPs concept.
- It has a large number of Libraries.
- Python doesn’t do multi-core and multi-processor well.
- There is a limitation to access the Database.
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