Python is a programming language that is very easy to syntax. It’s a perfect caftan for friends who are just starting programming.
It was first developed in 1990 by Guido van Rossum. As his name is thought, he was taken from monty python’s flying circus, a six-person British comedy group called Monty Python, which the programmer loved not from a snake. Today, it is being carried out with the efforts of volunteers gathered around the Python Software Foundation. Python reached version 1.0 in January 1994. The last stable version is Python 2.7 and Python 3.2.2 in the 2.x series. As of December 3, the series 3.x has begun to air; however, the 3.x series is not compatible with the 2.x series.
It uses a indentation system instead of fancy parentheses or dotted comma as syntax, allowing you to write leaner and faster code.
It’s possible to find a lot of source code on the Internet. I’m going to try to help by telling you about the programs I’m doing here.
If you ask what’s written with Python, here’s a list:
- BitTorrent is a peer-to-peer program.
- Calibre is an open source e-book management tool.
- Deluge is a BitTorrent client for GNOME
- Dropbox is a web-based File hosting service.
- Miro is a cross-platform internet television app.
That’s how the list goes. Python cross platform is a programming language that can run, so you can run the codes you type on any platform (Unix, Linux, Mac, Windows, Amiga….).
For Windows users, you can select and download the version that is appropriate for your system from this address (32-bit, 64 bit) and then install it. The point you should pay attention to when installing is to click the button that allows you to add the python to the system variable during setup. If you forget to click this button, you may have to manually add the folder to the system variable where the python is installed.
The question comes to mind in this regard, what is this system variable? The event, called a system variable, reports where the computer should search the program to run when programs run through the terminal.
For Linux and Mac, files can also be downloaded and installed at the following address, or through the terminal
sudo s apt-get install python3.x
you can perform effortless installation with the command.