A wide range of solutions achievable with Python, a language used by such world-giants as Google, YouTube, Dropbox, Instagram, Yahoo!, World Disney Feature Animation, Pixar, NASA and many more, turns it into a powerful, universal tool for developing projects of different size and complexity. SCAND Python developers take advantage of the language’s easily understandable yet highly productive nature to:
Although such features as metaclass-based metaprogramming, the ability to use iterators for everything, multi-target assignment and tuple unpacking make Python stand out, the most notable benefits of using this programming language are associated with the development flow and further maintenance of Python programming applications. Here are some of the main pros of using this language:
Python is a readable, understandable, high-level language and for this reason, it is easy to learn and is approachable by novice users.
The best thing about object-oriented programming is the ability to create data structures that can be implemented in almost any programming or scripting language, which significantly reduces the amount of repetitive work.
Python standard library includes code for a vast number of purposes, including regular expressions, documentation-generation, unit-testing, web browsers, threading, databases and more. In addition to over 300 standard library modules, it is easy to modify Python with the help of freely available add-on modules, libraries, frameworks, and tool-kits.
The above-mentioned benefits make Python one of the most productive programming languages. It involves less code, takes less time to complete a task, allows developers to work quickly and provides clients with the ability to spend less money on the development of a product.
Python and its source code are freely available, which means that it is possible not only to download a program but also to make changes to its code and even distribute it.
Python is a highly-reliable language as it does not have pointers common to C-based languages. But it does not mean that errors can pass silently. Instead, Python allows developers to see and read why the program has crashed and then pointing out errors in code.