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Kotlin vs Python

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22-06-2022, 03:38 PM
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If you are unable to decide which language to choose between Kotlin and Python, this guide will surely provide you with a clear vision. Firstly, let’s start with Kotlin, it is a statistically typed and open-source programming language running on Java and working on various platforms. It is concise, entirely interoperable with Java, and the developer’s most preferable framework for android app development. Furthermore, it has a blend of object-oriented and functional programming language features. It is now used for client-side, server-side, and android development.

It is used for Android, client-side development, and server-side development. The reasons to choose Kotlin include adoption ease, less code, compatibility with Java, multi-platform compatibility, and it’s less error-prone.

Now, moving on to Python, it’s a high-level, object-oriented programming language used for server-side, software development, system scripting, and handling big data and complex mathematics calculations. Furthermore, the reasons to choose flutter include extensive library support, user-friendly data structure, third-party modules availability,productvity, and support. Both the languages have a number of differences in terms of different concerning factors. Python and Kotlin both have different reasons as to why the developers prefer what they prefer.

If you have adequate knowledge of Python, then there is no extreme requirement to learn Kotlin, as Python is great and loved by a majority of the developers. On the other hand, Kotlin will help you learn more about coding as Python is not suitable for writing small codes; that is where Kotlin can provide a better solution.

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26-06-2022, 09:01 PM
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I've been thinking about this question for the past month. Being able to write front end, Python and Kotlin will make you extremely dangerous. Thanks for the info!

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