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Programming Languages

      In my previous post, I discussed the importance of apps in our lives, how they are made, and why should you learn to make them. I mentioned that the apps are made up using various kinds of Programming Languages, and in this post, I will show you the key differences between some of the most popular Programming Languages, which will help you compare between different languages you would want to start learning for initiating your career in the cyber world.     Let's get started! Python     Python  is an interpreted, high-level language, and was first released in 1991 as Python 0.9.0, and Python 3.9 is currently the latest stable version of the language available. Python is the most developer-friendly programming language because of its easy-to-read syntax and a comprehensive set of built-in utilities. This much-loved design of the language is based on the Zen of Python  which is a collection of 19 principles for writing computer programs. According to the  StackOverflow Develope
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    We knowingly, as well as unknowingly use many apps or software many times a day, and for almost any task. If you ask for examples, then they are difficult to count. Ever heard of WhatsApp? I bet you have. Along with such online chat software, you might have encountered social media applications like Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, etc., or maybe news applications, even a web browser on which you are probably looking at this post! These all are examples of some Applications and Softwares, and you cant probably imagine life without using any app of any kind these days.          Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we all have relied on various apps and websites to keep us connected and to entertain ourselves in this unpredictable situation. Schools started using various platforms like  Zoom ,  Google Meet , or  Microsoft Teams  for conducting online classes, usage of apps like  Adobe Scan  grew to send official documents, homework or assignments, and whatnot. Various businesses started moving


            Hi Guys and Girls! Welcome to my blog!           I am Nalin Angrish, a student from India who loves to code. Being a student, I like to learn things and apply those learnings in some real-life projects. I learn and code in Python, Java, HTML, CSS, and JavaScript, and have good knowledge about Front-end, Back-end, and Database technologies. I focus on building some real-world projects so that I can compete with, and learn from some of the veterans in this industry.       I love to make many different kinds of programs, including mobile apps, desktop apps, and even websites. My ultimate aim is to make products and services that can help everyone, and I wish to contribute my part to improvise the future of this tech world, by collaborating on and building open-source projects.     I often spend days finding simple solutions and documentation for something I want to make or learn, and I know that it's not just my case but there are many other people too. This blog is intend