Python is an interpreted, high-level programming language that was designed with the goal of good program readability and initially used in higher education and training as a teaching language. Python is currently available in version 3.4 and is supported by the Python Software Foundation. As a non-profit project Python is freely available and open source. The language is platform independent and runs on operating systems such as Linux, Unix, Mac and Windows. Common uses for Python code are string operations, web development, software engineering and interfaces for operating systems.
Guido van Rossum developed Python in the early nineties while he was employed at the national research institute for mathematics and computer science in Amsterdam, Netherlands (CWI). The name Python came about because van Rossum was a big fan of British comedy group Monty Python. Python code is often much shorter than comparable source code of other programming languages, but is also often peppered with quotes from Monty Python.
Since the structure is formed by indenting, parentheses can be dispensed with. Moreover, Python has relatively few keywords that facilitate learning the language. The fundamental objective of Python was to provide a simple and clear language that is equipped with a reduced but extensible standard library. The precursor of Python was the ABC language, which had a very complex standard library that could not be extended.
Python supports multiple different programming paradigms. Basically, it is a multi-paradigm language that makes it possible to take advantage of different programming paradigms. Thus, time-critical parts of the program can be rewritten afterwards in C or C ++. Python supports structured, object-oriented, aspect-oriented and functional programming styles. This is partly done by sub-elements of the Python language.
The management of data types is dynamic. This means that the allocation of data types and values, or value ranges is converted by using references during programming. These references serve as a pointer for certain items that can be checked for the duration of the program. The Python interpreter, which parses, analyzes and executes the source code also has an interactive mode. Thus, beginners can immediately see what the program is doing. This is a decisive advantage especially when you are just learning the language.
Python is often used in the fields of web development, internet protocols and server infrastructures. Other applications are possible with PyPI. It allows you to review downloaded modules and packages . For Google, for example, there is an API that assists the integration of data and services into apps or sites using Python.
The Djchango module is of interest for online marketing and search engine optimization which is offered for single-page web applications. SEO-related settings of websites can be changed with Djchango. In addition, Python is often used to program tailor-made SEO tools with the disadvantage that Python does not provide an executable file but executes the source code. Commercial SEO software is therefore programmed with other languages.