Only logged in members can reply and interact with the post.
Join SimilarWorlds for FREE »

Alternative to Python?

Northwest · M
What's the application? and specifically, what's your specific role?
Riemann · 31-35, M
@Northwest All purpose.
Northwest · M
@Riemann The world of general purpose is long gone. Everything comes with a purpose.

If you're trying to learn programming, then any object-oriented programming language will do. Keep in mind that there are statically-typed languages (C, C++, C#, Java) and dynamically-typed languages (Python, PHP, Ruby, Javascript....). The former is typically used to write to closed-loop environments, such as Windows, Apple iOS, etc. and the latter is typically used to write web-driven applications.

There are also some languages that produce compiled code and some that produce "scripts" that link to a runtime.

If these terms do not resonate, then you need to start out with a basic course on what all that means.
Elessar · 26-30, M

Ok it was terrible
Riemann · 31-35, M
@Elessar Seriously. :)
Elessar · 26-30, M
@Riemann Depends what you're doing tbh. I'll choose the tool that fits my workflow better. Currently most of the code I write is convoluted business stuff and I do it in C#
Riemann · 31-35, M
@Elessar All purpose and does well as well. :)
Boa constrictor...
Riemann · 31-35, M
@SomeMichGuy And the serious answer?
@Riemann Learn C and the tools of tge UNIX environment.
Rust or Decker

nedkelly · 61-69, M
One eyed trouser snake
I don't know, some other big snake??
caesar7 · 61-69, M
There is no alternative to Monty... 😋

Post Comment
78 people following
Programming & Code
Personal Stories, Advice, and Support
New Post
Associated Groups Forum Members