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Cocoa ([personal profile] momijizukamori) wrote 2017-07-14 03:32 pm (UTC)

It wasn't too bad coming from Perl - I think because both have very loose, dynamic typing. There's a few more basic datatypes on Python than Perl (sets and tuples, for example), but the value/array/associative array structures are fairly similar despite very different names, and largely have similar methods (though Python has better list filtering and comprehension mechanisms). I could see how someone used to very strongly statically typed languages like C or Java would be thrown, though.


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