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deadlyRants521881dPython's indentation works pretty well for me. But yeah, just stay away from OOP and JSON parsing in Python.
Oktokolo258081dSo it isn't cool?! Hard to believe actually...
juanchdzl28181dyou get used to the identation. OOP it's a bit different and you have to learn it apart, OOP knowledge on other languages does not translate fully to python. But great language after all, it's true that if you're learning how to use libraries on top of learning the language you're gonna feel overwhelmed. But keep going, python is a great language
@juanchdzl Yes it doesn't translate well. Took me some time to figure out , class Teacher(Person) is actually Class Teacher extends Person and on top of that Python's documentation is a pile of hot mess. But you are right, it looks powerful but just that I may not have experienced it yet.
@Oktokolo U actually find this, https://docs.python.org/3.9/... good ? You must have god tier reading and comprehension abilities which I admit I don't have because I am more of a visual person . I am from JS & PHP background. I could somehow navigate what I don't know in the mdn docs, or even better docs would be this https://vuejs.org/v2/guide/. W3schools does a better job for python than the official docs itself.
Python has tutorials too:
I never had to consult non-official documentation for Python.
They really offer all the documentation for every aspect of the language and the eco system you could ever need in one place on the official site.
I was so culture-shocked when i came there right after experimenting with Erlang and OCaml...