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How python made it to the top of the programming language charts

In the past two years, Python has been on a roll and has managed to rise to the top of the "hottest programming language" list.

Mainstream deep learning frameworks like TensorFlow, Theano, Keras etc. are developed based on python.

What exactly is the trick Python uses to dislike other programming languages? Why is python favored by major deep learning frameworks?

First, Python has 5 major advantages

§ Simplicity. Python embraces simplicity, is easy to read and write, and it allows you to focus on solving problems rather than trying to figure out the language itself.

§ Free of charge.Python is open source software. This means you can copy, read, and change it without spending a dime, which is why Python is getting better and better - it was created and is often improved upon by a group of people who want to see a better Python.

§ Compatibility. Python is compatible with numerous platforms, so developers won't experience the hassles they often do when using other languages.

§ Target audience. Python supports both procedure-oriented and object-oriented programming. In procedure-oriented programming, programmers reuse code, and in object-oriented programming, use data- and function-based objects.

§ Rich library. The Python standard library is indeed huge. It can help you with a variety of tasks, including regular expressions, document generation, unit testing, threading, databases, web browsers, CGI, FTP, email, XML, XML-RPC, HTML, WAV files, password systems, GUIs (graphical user interfaces), Tk, and other system-related operations.

What? Still not feeling anything after reading these 5 points? No comparison is no advantage (shang), so here's a big PK between Python and other languages!


As the most widely used programming language in the world, Java is inevitably always compared to Python, and, in the various battles of programming languages, Python and Java are the most fiercely fought.

So is Python or Java better?


§Java must explicitly declare variable names, whereas dynamically typed Python does not require declaring variables.

§Python is a powerful language with a simple syntax, capable of providing excellent solutions just by writing scripts, and can be quickly deployed in various domains.

§Java can create cross-platform applications, while Python is compatible with almost all current operating systems.

§ For beginners, Python is easier to get started with than Java, and the code is easy to read.



§ From a development perspective, PHP is a web-oriented language, while Python is a multipurpose language that can also be used for web development.

§ Although Python doesn't have as many proud frameworks as PHP, that's going to change soon (the best ones are currently Django and Flask).

§ In terms of simplicity and ease of learning, Python continues to beat PHP, and it takes more time and effort to fully master PHP. For newbies who want to learn an easier, more flexible technology, then Python is the way to go.



§Python was originally designed to be expressed like in English, so the syntax is simple, without things like syntactic brackets and lots of modifiers, and easy to read and learn, whereas C# has to follow certain rules, accompanied by lots of modifiers and having to put code segments in brackets.

§ In terms of writing scripts, Python's scripts are true scripts, capable of being executed by an interpreter, and it's easier to write cross-platform scripts with Python without even recompiling.

Why should deep learning architectures in artificial intelligence use python instead of C/C++?

This is a misconception; the core algorithms of AI are completely dependent on C/C++ because they are computationally intensive and require very fine optimization, as well as interfaces to GPUs, dedicated hardware, and the like, all of which only C/C++ can do. So in a sense it's actually C/C++ that is the most important language in AI.

In brief.

Python introductory time by the day.

C++ introductory time by year.

For AI scientists for whom programming is just a sideline, apparently there's not that much time to learn C++

Because the AI industry will need a large number of practitioners in the future, and because Python is rapidly becoming the language of choice for teaching introductory programming courses in schools and universities around the world, this open source dynamic scripting language has a very good chance of becoming the first true world language of programming in the near future.

Imagine if, fifteen years from now, all knowledge workers under the age of 40, foreign and domestic, from doctors to construction engineers, from office secretaries to film directors, from composers to sales, could use the same programming language to perform basic data processing, invoke AI APIs on the cloud, manipulate intelligent robots, and thus communicate ideas to each other, a collaborative network of universal programming that would be far more significant than any programming language battle. At the moment, it seems that Python is most promising for this role.

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