Python is an English Like language where no symbols are required. At present there are various types of high-level programming languages such as Basic, C, C ++, Java, Oracle, Koble, Fortran Ada, Lisp, etc. and new programming languages are constantly being created. However, very few of these languages have become popular with programmers. Its father is Guido Van Rossum He started making Python over the Christmas holidays in December 1989, and it was first published in 1991. Python has two versions (2. x, 3. x). There is also a difference in syntax between these two versions so we have used version 3.6 to follow this course. Using 2. x can cause ETOT in some places. It became more popular in 2000 with the launch of Python, version 2.0. Python 3.0 was released in 2008 and 3.6 was released in 2016. There are now 2 versions of Python 2.7 and 3.6.
There is a free community-based development model in the Python language, run by a non-profit organization called the Python Software Foundation. Although different parts of this language have legal features and norms, the whole language has not yet been fully legalized. However, in practice, the standard implementation of the standard Python language.
Python as a Programming Language: Python is a high-level, object-oriented, general-purpose, interpreted, interactive, easy to understand, purpose-oriented, and high-quality programming language. Python offers structured programming, object-oriented programming, and functional programming. It is named after a TV show called Monty Python Flying Circus; Not according to the name of the Python snake. Its source code is included in the GNU General Public License (GPL).
Python's core syntax and semantics are very short and its standard library is very rich. The Python language is designed to be easy to understand. It does not rely on punctuation (commas, brackets, etc.) like other programming languages, but the language is built using some English keywords and its syntax is relatively simple. This is a completely dynamic programming language, meaning you don't have to declare a separate data type for each variable in Python. Where languages like C, C ++, Java are also static. Python has self-contained memory management. Know more here Learn Basics of Python For Machine Learning
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