C++ was introduced to make programming easier and more pleasant for the programmer. But Python became more popular for its concise and easily-readable code, earning high regard for its easy to use and simplicity to new developers. But which of the two is better? Python or C++?
|Flexible, object – oriented and open source programming language designed to raise development quality expectations in the scripting domain
|General purpose programming language which is best suited for resource constrained-applications such as those found in software infrastructures.
|Inbuilt garbage collection system ensures efficient memory management in python.
|Does noy need garbage collector because it has no garbage.
|Both dynamically typed and strongly typed language in which type checking is done at run time.
|Statically typed language in which variable types are explicitly declared and are determined at compile time.
|Easier to learn and write code.
|Less versatile and more difficult to learn.
|Rapid prototyping is possible due to small size of the code.
|Rapid prototyping is not possible due to large size of the code.