When people start programming in Python, they often mention having to type less: no braces, no semicolons, fewer type declarations etc.
The difference may be more obvious when you go in the other direction, moving from Python to another language. This morning I ported some Python code to C# and was a little surprised how much extra code I had to add. When I’ve ported C# to Python I wasn’t as aware of the language differences. I guess it is easier to go down a notch in ceremony than to go up a notch.
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