- Why is Python hated?
- Is Python too easy?
- Is Python hard to read?
- Is SQL better than Python?
As most people well know, all programming languages have their faults.
Some have more than others.
Why is Python hated?
Python is beautiful, simple, elegant and supremely productive (this actually IS evidence based) which is why it’s one of the most popular languages in recent years, but it’s not a good choice for everything and going so far as hating it shows little understanding and a personal misplaced bias.
Is Python too easy?
While Python is extremely robust, easy, has way too many libraries to do everything imaginable, whatever, etc. it just seems like it makes things too easy, like it takes the fun out of programming.
Is Python hard to read?
So Easy to Read Python is incredible well structured, optically pleasing, and just overall basic in the best way. It doesn’t use complicated programming words (ie. “malloc” and “pointer” from C++). The best part about Python is its simplicity; it doesn’t try to be fancy, it doesn’t try to be difficult.
Is SQL better than Python?
SQL is designed to query and extract data from tables within a database. … Python is particularly well suited for structured (tabular) data which can be fetched using SQL and then require farther manipulation, which might be challenging to achieve using SQL alone.