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Python Programming On Linux



Just got my Redhat Magazine and I liked reading this article about a typical Sysadmin who wants to push further to learn programming language and has done enough scripting infact read this conclusion which I mostly agree with. (Mostly because I know that if I can push myself to learn Python then why not Java).


Since Python is an interpreted language, it puts a higher level of programming within reach to a different set of programmers. The lone sysadmin, who might not have the time or resources to sit down and learn Java to write an application to be used once, can write a similar application in Python, with what are essentially scripting skills, in much less time. Furthermore, this application is highly portable, and if necessary, can be embedded in C or C++. Python is a highly flexible and robust object-oriented language. The user/sysadmin/programmer who wants to bridge the gap between scripting languages such as Bash and Korn Shell and C or Java should be learning Python.


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