Python is a high-level interpreted programming language with dynamic semantics and object-oriented programming that is supposed to be simple to understand and use. It’s a scripting language similar to Perl/Ruby that can also be used to create web apps. The object-oriented programming language Java-Script was standardized in the ECMAScript language specification and allows you to construct dynamic web pages. Object-oriented, functional, and imperative programming are all supported by Java-Script, however procedural programming is not.
- Procedural programming is available in Python, but not in Java-Script.
- In Java-Script, a newline is used as a statement terminator, but in Python, a newline is used.
- Python isn’t a suitable choice for mobile development, but Java-Script is.
- Python supports a wide range of numeric data types, including int, float, and fixed-point decimal, whereas Java-Script focuses on floating-point variables.
I hoped you would gain a better grasp of these programming languages as a result of this discussion. If you want to recommend which one to learn initially, I would choose Python because it has a large market in the IT industry and is simple to learn.