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Python Tutorial | How Python started | what’s New in Python 3.0?

Last updated on Wed 18 Mar 2020


In this blog, you will learn what is python, the latest features of python and more topics related to python course.


Everything is changing in the programming world. The Era of Python 2.x has now ended. Because of rapid growth in technology, many companies and industries are looking up for more advanced and smart work solutions. As Python is a simple, reliable, and beginner-friendly High-level programming language, companies are referencing Python in job descriptions.

To make developers work easier the Python organization is planning to add more libraries and soon in upcoming days the support will also be extended as its gaining more popularity


How has the Python Era started?

The revolution of the Python programming language started in the 20th century. The first official release from Python (Python 1.x) was released in the month of January 1994. From that stable release, Python organization has been updating so many major and notable minor changes to its successor.

After six and a half years Python 2.x was introduced in October 2000. Python 2.x has nearly served 2 decades .on January 1, 2020, the Python software foundation officially confirmed the news that there will be no longer support from Python 2.x.The current rolled out the version by Python organization is Python 3.x

Is Python 2.x going to vanish in 2020?

The answer is yes, there is no doubt. The Python Software Foundation has officially announced that from on Jan 1, 2020, onwards the python 2.x will no longer be in use and it is going to end its support to the users. The new Python 3.x version is more powerful and it will be a tough competitor to its predecessor.

What’s New in Python 3.0?

Well in this blog we will clearly explain to you some of the latest features in Python 3.o compared to Python 2.x versions.

1.Print as a function:-

 Here the print statement has been replaced with a print () function

Old:     print “The answer is “, 3*2

New:   print ( “ The answer is “, 3*2 )

Old:       print    # Prints a new line

New:     print ()   You must call the function.


Future in Python?

Well, Let me clear this thing first, there is no doubt about growth and opportunities in Python in the upcoming future. The graph will drastically increase more in Python Job descriptions. According to research, there is a lot of demand for Python developers in top countries like the USA, Australia, India, Canada, Chicago, and San Francisco.

The salaries of Python developers depend on different factors such as Skills, Experience, Location and so on…..In India an entry-level developer/ fresher may earn up to a minimum of 2.4 LPA, sometimes it may be negotiable based on Skillset and in the United States, he can make approximately $88k.

 Where can I use Python?

Actually this is a tricky question to answer, Python has no specific field that we can use only in that..it can be used in so many platforms.but below I am listing out some major platforms in which Python is mostly serving.

1. Web development.

2. Automation.

3. Data Science (including machine learning,

data visualization, and data analysis)

4. IoT (Internet of Things)

  1. For Scripting etc.

This brings us to the end of this article on Python Programming. We have also come up with a curriculum that covers exactly what you would need to be expertise in Python Programming! You can have a look at the course details for Python Online Training.

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