High-level features make Python a wise alternative for prototyping and fast development of complex applications:
• Python is interpreted, so writing working programs and fixing mistakes in programs is fast.
TECHNICAL Programs written in interpreted languages can be tested as STUFF soon as they're written, without waiting for the code to compile.
• Python takes care of such fiddly details as memory management behind the scenes.
• Python has debugging features built in. REMEMBER All these features make Python a good language for
• Off-the-cuff, quick programming
• Prototyping (sketching the design basics of complex programs, or testing particular solutions)
• Applications that change, build on themselves, and add new features frequently
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