History of Python

Guido van Rossum

Python is an open-source, high-level programming language developed by Guido van Rossum in the late 1980s and presently administered by Python Software Foundation. It came from the ABC language that he helped create early on in his career.
Python is a powerful language that you can use to create games, write GUIs, and develop web applications.
It is a high-level language. Reading and writing codes in Python is much like reading and writing regular English statements. Because they are not written in the machine-readable language, the Python program needs to be processed before machines can run them.
Python is an interpreted language. This means that every time a program is run, its interpreter run through the code and translates
it into machine-readable byte code.
Python is an object-oriented language that allows users to manage and control data structures or objects to create and run programs. Everything in Python is, in fact, first class. All objects, data types, functions, methods, and classes take an equal position in Python.
Programming languages are created to satisfy the needs of programmers and users for an effective tool to develop applications that impact lives, lifestyles, economy, and society.

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