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What is the difference between Python and Bash?

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C. Marcus

C. Marcus

C. Marcus
C. Marcus, Content Developer, Washington

Answered Oct 23, 2020

Those that work in the technology field will known about python and bash, because it deals with programming. Python is considered a programming language. This language is normally used in general programming. Bash is not considered to be a programming language. Instead, bash is a shell and used to interpret command lines.

These two things were designed for different purposes. Python was designed for the web and to develop apps. Bash was designed for as a shell that works on Linux operating systems. It also works on Mac operating systems. Between the two, Python is easier to learn and more efficient.

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