In this article I will be talking about various programming languages. There are many languages out there, but only a handful of them have been used to create modern applications that we use today. The two languages that I will be focusing on are the C and Python language. They are both programming languages that have been around long enough to be considered benchmarks for other programmers to look up to. The first thing that I should point out is that these languages have a lot of similarities. In fact they are so similar that the two languages can share the same syntax. This kind of detail is not something that can be said about many other programming languages.
In the body of the article I will be talking about how the C and Python works with system resources. Because both of the languages are compiled source code, they also have a lot in common with each other. If you’re a programmer or a software engineer, then you already know how important it is for your programs to run efficiently. Because of this similarity it makes sense to start writing your programs in one language and then rewriting them in the other language. This way you don’t have to go back and rewrite your code if you decide to switch languages.
The conclusion of my article is that although they are similar, there is no doubt that both language stand on their own. You can’t just write code in one language and copy paste it into another language. It won’t work because both of them will read it differently. If you’re trying to develop an efficient program, then it would be wise to write your code in one language and then port it over to another language later on.