I recently was asked to become familar with Python. I figure the best way to do that is to take a simple application in C/C++ and make it work in Python. Hence, my questions are these:
1) What makes Python different from C/C++?
2) Will Python perform the same basic functions as C/C++ like opening files and string manipulations
3) Is there an editor available for download that will enable me to test a product or do I need to purchase one?
O.K. People differ and use a different approach to solving things. "My editor" is the thing very close to the heart of the developer. Logical arguments do not work here as people have different expectations
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