Python and JS have a lot in common, but some notable differences are also.
What is Python?
Python is an interpreted, strongly typed programming language with dynamic semantics and object-oriented design. It’s easy to read and easy to implement. Python can also act like a scripting language for the likes of Perl and Ruby for building web applications. The beauty of Python is that it allows programmers to use a range of programming styles to develop both complex and straightforward programs. Also, Python is a “battery-on” programming language, which simply means the wide variety of modules it comes with.
Data types in Python are divided into mutable and immutable. For example, a collection is a mutable data type, and a list is immutable.
Mutable objects are those whose values can be changed after they have been assigned values. Conversely, immutable objects cannot change matters.
In contrast, the Python programming language has multiple numeric data types, such as int, fixed-point decimal, and floating-point numbers.
Both programming languages have many aspects, such as the multi-paradigm approach and lexical scoping. At the same time, several differences between them cannot be ignored.