Non-Developers Guide to the Python Programming Language

I am a software developer and a sociology student. I am writing this article as a sociology student and my intention for this article to be understood by everyone, not only developers.

Python is an interpreted programming language written in 1991 by the Dutch computer scientist Guido van Rossum. The most important feature distinguishes Python from other programming languages is that the whitespaces are also taken into the account in the grammatical structure of language in order to increase the code readability.

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Notes from a never ending story. I am writing a Prolog interpreter currently.

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