Don’t worry; we’ll explain it all. But before we do, let’s go through some basic definitions.
Now, let’s get into:
1) You’ll never be out of a job
2) It’s a versatile language
3) No installation problems
We know how hard it can sometimes be to start learning a new programming language because the installation process on its own is a headache.
4) It’s full of shortcuts
Coding can get boring at times: there are too many repetitions, and it seems to take too much time. So using a shortcut is always a good idea.
5) There are many resources
6) It’s a great start
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