I don't know if I love python or hate it, and I'm not alone. I have heard this from many developers for different reasons. In this article I will mention my history with python, as well as why I hate it and love it.
Continuing the thought of code readability list comprehension simplifies my algorithms by so much and has saved me so many lines of code. An example would be:
names = ["Eduard","Ed","Emily","Max","Ben"] def namesThatStartWith(x, y): return [i for i in y if i is x] print(namesThatStartWith("E", names))
this code return the names that start with a specific letter in a list. In python its super easy to read and done in little lines of code.
Another reason i love it is it's community, libraries, and applications like ml and web servers.
It's a well known fact that python is slow like very slow. It's okay for playing around but for some programs you simply can't use python.
With programming languages like c/c++ and rust you have way more control of the code and computer.
It feels like it was made for beginner and something inside me makes me want to not like it, but I do which is why python is so weird.
So how do you feel about python talk about it in the comments.