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RE: Newbie to python --- why should i learn !

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Subject: Newbie to python --- why should i learn !

i was reading/learning some hello world program in python.
I think its very simillar to Java/C++/C#. What's different (except
syntax) ?

what can i do easily with python which is not easy in c++/java !?

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