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What is the difference between Python and Ruby

bragars asked in General

They're different programming languages. Both are high level, built on the programming language C.

Python has way more users than Ruby.
A lot of Python's usage are in the academia community.
Usage geared towards machine learning and data science.
Python can also be used for web development and has a popular framework - Django

Ruby is popularized by the Ruby on Rails web development framework.
Far more mature web development ecosystem compared to Python.
Most Ruby developers are working on Ruby on Rails.

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Nice really! Thanks a lot!

Python math libraries are more developed than in ruby, that’s why it’s more used in the data community

I don't have any idea of using Python and Ruby. But I want to know more about it.

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