What is Python?
Python is a popular programming language. It was created by Guido van Rossum, and released in 1991.
Python is a widely used general-purpose, high level programming language. It was designed for code readability, and its syntax allows programmers to express their concepts in fewer lines of code.
What does it mean when we say Python is a general-purpose programming language?
Python, is a general purpose language, it only means that people already know that how to write code in interpreters or compilers on different platforms.
Why Python is called a general-purpose language?
Python is a general-purpose language which means it can be used for a wide variety of development.
What is High-Level Language?
A Language which is closer to the Human Language (English) is known as High-Level Language.
High-level programming languages mean to write code (computer instructions) in such a way that is easily understandable by us and different programmer. We (Programmers) can easily learn high-level languages as it is very close to human language.
What is the readability of code in programming?
Readability, means that the code is easy to read, understand, to follow indentation and formatting, so that the code and its structure are clearly visible.
What does readability mean?
Readability is measured in how a piece of text (code) is easy to read or not. As I explained that python is designed for code readability, it means the code is easy to read and understand.
What is Syntax?
Syntax in computer programming means the rules that control the structure of the symbols, punctuation, and words of a programming language.
If the syntax of a language is not proper, the code will not be understood by a compiler or interpreter, and you will get an error.