Future of Python programming language on a Linux platform

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25. Aug. 2011, 0:15

Some sceptics have published articles and blogs over the last few years that have doubted the future of Python. However, Python has been around since 1991 and the growth in popularity of this stable and comprehensive high level programming language, especially in the Linux user domain, would indicate that it is here to stay.

Python is an open source language which supports the main programming models currently in vogue. A Python programmer can produce code that could be classified object-oriented, imperative or functional in design.

Python is a high-level programming language that was designed with code readability and platform independence specifically in mind. Two unique features that were born of this design philosophy are the use of indentation for block delimiters, visually presenting the code in a more logical and easier to understand way, and the fact that Python runs the same source code on each of the various platforms on which it operates, unlike all other popular programming languages on the market today.

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