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What Are The Differences Between C++ and Python?

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Whether you write a C++ app or a Python app you are using two quite different programming languages. They are both considered to be the most popular and most used programming languages of all time. When comparing the two programming languages, most people often describe C++ as a difficult but fast language while Python is often characterized by its simplicity yet slow performance. Interestingly, despite all the differences, both programming languages share a decent number of similarities.

What are the pros and cons of C++ and Python when compared to each other?

Generally, both languages come with their own pros and cons. In this video presented by Christian Maureira-Fredes, we will realize that you really don’t have to pick one because there are ways you can use both. Here, we will learn more about extending Python with C code technique that many popular modules use for OS-level operations, serialization, performance, and more. This Learn Python video will showcase the latest C++ standards and will talk about how to create hybrid applications. This talk is mainly for the developers who are acquainted with Python and know basic C, but you don’t need to know any C++ to get the most out of it.

Why not download a free trial of C++ Builder and try it for yourself?

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