is there a Python compiler?
jochen at jochenskulj.de
Wed Mar 15 07:12:59 UTC 2006
CJ Kelley wrote:
> Ok, so i tried out python, and it was relitively close to qbasic in
> coding. Although there were some differences in the coding, it is still
> very easy to learn. One question I have about Python and that is, Is
> there a compiler for python that will compile python source code?
I think, Python is mainly an interpreted programming language, although
Python can also compile and execute some kind of bytecode. I sometimes
write small programs in Python but I don't really care if Python just
interprets my source or if the bytecode is compiled and executed.
Usually my Python programs run fast enough even if there interpreted.
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