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    Talking Java vs. Python

    I took a look at Python programming, and do you know what I thought? Python is CRAZY easy! Wow, Python's code is mostly coded in already, for example, to print on the console, you just have to do print(), and to make a list, you do var = [...]. that simple.
    If you didn't check out Python Programming Language yet, go and check it out, and share your thoughts with me.

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    Default Re: Java vs. Python

    I agree that Python certainly is nice to work with, allows for rapid development and certainly has its niche.

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    Who would win?
    There's only one way to find out...
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    Interesting site, Tolls.

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