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Syntax and Readability


Python is known for its readability and simple syntax, with code blocks based on indentation.Java has a more rigid syntax, and code blocks are defined using curly braces.Type System:Python uses dynamic typing, where variable types are determined at runtime.Java employs static typing, where variable types are determined at compile time.Performance:Java, being a compiled language, generally offers higher performance.Python, being interpreted, tends to have lower performance.Platform Independence:Java is platform-independent, following the "Write Once, Run Anywhere" principle.Python is also generally platform-independent, but platform-specific issues may arise due to application dependencies.Use Cases:Python is often preferred for data analysis, artificial intelligence, and web development.Java is commonly used in large-scale enterprise applications, mobile app development, and general-purpose software development.Memory Management:Python has automatic memory management (garbage collection), reducing developers' concerns about memory.Java also has automatic memory management with a garbage collector.

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