Python Introduction

Python is a general-purpose, interpreted, high level and object-oriented programming language. It is developed by Guido van Rossum in 1989. We can run python programs on multiple platforms like MacOS, Linux and Windows. It is open source and free programming language.

Python helps to work on multiple programming pattern, such as functional or procedural programming and object-oriented programming.

In Python the development and debugging are rapidly fast due to its interpreted nature. In interpretation compilation steps are not included while developing the application.

Python is easy and fun to learn due to its syntax simplicity and it supports Object Oriented programming approach to develop rapid applications.

Python programming development widely used in Data Analysis, Artificial Intelligence, Web Development, Desktop applications, Game development, Natural Language Programing and different fields of Data Science.

Python syntax are easy to learn so even if you are a beginner in programming world, you can learn python with fun.

Python Features:

Features of Python programming language are listed in given below image.

In this tutorial we will cover python from scratch including Python installation, Python basics, and control statements, all about python string, function, Lists, Tuples, Dictionary, error handling, file I/O and many more.

And also include Python interview questions to help in shaping your career.

In a nutshell:

  • Created by Guido van Rossum and first released in 1991
  • Cross-platform Language (MacOS, Linux and Windows)
  • Interpreted Language ( interpreter executes the code line by line at a time )
  • Free and Open Source
  • Object-Oriented Language

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