Python Programming Language Edit


Python is a high-level programming language that is widely used. One main difference to other programming languages is that it combines features of both imperative and functional programming languages.

Python was designed to make programming code as readable as possible, making it just perfect for novice programmers.

Python 2.X vs 3.X Edit

In this Wiki, we will cover both Python 2.X and 3.X. This means, we will discuss Python code on versions 2.anything and same for 3.X.

There are some major differences between this versions. The most obvious one is the print-function that prints out something on the standard-output (the console).
So in Python 2.X this will have a Syntax like this:

print 'Hello World!'

while in version 3.X we have to write

print('Hello World!')

Some other differences will occur at libraries. This will be covered at their individual pages and on the official documentation

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