For example, in HTML, if I wanted a space break in between paragraphs, I will use <br> in my code. If I had type <b> (this means bold) or <bre> or <brea>, the engine wouldn’t have understood what exactly I wanted it to do.
So what should you learn?
Python on the other hand is a general purpose programming language. It’s well built data structure coupled with dynamic typing and binding makes it a great language to use to connect various existing components together. Python’s wide array of functionalities has been used to practically build almost all of the softwares we use today and it is commonly referred to as the “Swiss army knife” of the programming world, as you can just do so many things with Python.
The best part about Python is that you don’t even need to start from scratch for most of your codes. Python allows you to create packages that other users can then use for similar purposes, and vice versa. Now imagine, instead of having to create a new code each time, you can simply download similar models and tweak them based on your needs. This “transfer learning” method means that we all benefit from each other and save a lot of time in the process.
Did I also mention that Python is absolutely free (also known as open source)? To use Python, simply download the latest version at https://www.python.org/downloads