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There are many development languages are exist as a software engineer and developer need to update themselves from time to time. Nowadays python is also getting fame as compared to java so what is the best language for the future?

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Java Vs Python

What is Java:

Java is a high-level programming language similar to C ++, but it is a programming language. It was created with the intention of writing a one-time running language anywhere, with zero dependencies or errors possible.


What is Python:

Python is a dynamic, general-purpose programming language. Combined with dynamic typing and binding, this is a desirable option for rapid application development. Python program reduces maintenance costs. One of the benefits of Python revolves around how a library of interpreters and resources is available for free on the Internet. Therefore, Azgar becomes a great option for everyone who is not ready to invest more in development expenditure. And, Python has interesting world applications.


Which one is better?

Now we come to our topic which one is best for the future?

Syntax Complex includes a learning curve Easy to learn and use
Performance fast  Slower than Java
Cross-Platform Yes, ( with JVM)  Yes
Game Development Engines Yes MonkeyEngine Yes, Cocos, Panda3d


Final View:

Python vs. Java Performance: After understanding both languages ​​against different parameters, it is not clear which language tampes the other language.

Java may be a more popular option, but Python is widely used. People outside the development industry have also used Python for various organizational purposes. Similarly, Java is relatively faster, but Python is better for longer programs. After all, it depends on the program that the developer wants to create. If you consider the above parameters, and a language that ticks most of your boxes, it is safe to proceed with it. However, if you are looking to promote growth, Python may be a better choice. On the other hand, Java will be a preferred option for enterprise-level programs.

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