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Python was developed by Guido van Rossum, a Dutch programmer,inthelate1980s. Guido wanted to design a language that prioritized readability, simplicity, and ease of use. The name “Python” was inspired by the British comedy band Monty Python and reflects the fun and entertaining nature of the language. The first version of Python, Python 0.9.0 was released in 1991. Over the years, Python has continued to evolve, with regular releases and improvements, resulting in the robust and mature language we have today.

Readability, and versatility. With its vast ecosystem of libraries and frameworks, Python has become a favourite choice for a wide range of applications, from web development and data analysis to artificial intelligence and scientific computing.

How to Save Python Files

Open your preferred text editor or integrated development environment (IDE) that supports Python code editing

  • Make sure to save the file with a .py extension
  • For example, you can save a Python file as
  • Now Save the File

Note:- It’s common to use lowercase letters, underscores, and numbers in Python file names. For example, or

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