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What is the difference between Java and script languages such as Python?

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asked Sep 1, 2017 in CSC 211 (F17) by Mamady Soumah (100 points)

2 Answers

+1 vote

Python has whitespace as syntax, vs brackets and braces, and Java tends to be a lot wordier.The biggest difference between the two languages is that Java is a statically typed and Python is a dynamically typed. this is based on what I have been told and read

answered Sep 1, 2017 by Jason Dedjoe (100 points)
+1 vote
Python is more dynamic in terms of coding and you can read here about the basics.


Java is typically a very static programming language compared to Pyhton and you can read here for more information.

answered Sep 3, 2017 by Dylan Hart (100 points)