Python programming language is one of the most popular programming languages around the world and it is easy to learn comparing to other programming languages. Beyond it’s popularity, there are many interesting things that you need to know about the Python. Here are some of them:
1. Why the name “Python”?
According to the creator of the Python programming language, Guido Van Rossum, the name of this programming language was inspired from the British comedy series "Monty Python's Flying Circus". This comedy series have aired during the Python’s development and it kept Van Rossum entertained during that period. And Van Rossum was looking for a name which was short and compelling. Guess he achieved his goal, since everyone is curious about the name and where it came from.
2. Did you know the fact that Python is actually an open source language?
You do now; Python is an open source language and so that Python has all the features of an open source programming language. And being an open source language, Python community members are able to make contributions to it.
3. Python is one of the programming languages that are used at Google
4. Build what you want with Python!
5. Easy to unpack the functions
From all these interesting facts about the Python programming language, this one really takes the attention. If you were not aware of this fact, you should know that you can unpack all the functions that you have used with ease!
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