Features of Python
Python language is a simple and minimalist language for all developers. Reading a well written and good Python program makes you feel as if you are reading English text.
Python is extremely easy for beginners to learn. There are an entire new generation of programmers is learning Python as their first programming language.
Python code is easy to read, easy to understand, and easy to learn.
Next, Python is an open source project. It means its source code is freely available. You can change it to suit your needs and use the original and the change code in your applications.
For example, now our online community are using the Kodi app, it wrote by the Python source code.
Besides, Python supports object-oriented programming. It means the program is built around objects that combine data and the related functionality. Python is a very simple but powerful object-oriented programming language.
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