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Posted: February 10, 2022 | by Michael Bright

Python is a popular and interpreted high-level general-purpose programming language. It is a multi-paradigm language supporting object-oriented, procedural, imperative, functional, structured, and reflective paradigms.

Python is a dynamically-typed and garbage-collected language that first appeared on 20 February 1991. It was originally created by a Dutch programmer, Guido van Rossum and is now maintained by the Python Software Foundation.

Over the decades, Python has been influenced by ABC, Ada, ALGOL 68, APL, C, C++, CLU, Dylan, Haskell, Icon, Java, Lisp, Modula-3, Perl, and Standard ML. Meanwhile, it has influenced Apache Groovy, Boo, Cobra, CoffeeScript, D, F#, Genie, Go, JavaScript, Julia, Nim, Ring, Ruby, and Swift.

Programming languages are the key to developing such communication tools that would bring thousands of people on a single platform to talk or collaborate with each other about business or some business projects.

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