python is arguably the most popular programming language today
Let's face it, python is arguably the most popular programming language today and much easier to program than C, especially for matrix operations.
Has Arduino thought about shifting away from C and toward Python?
So idea- add Python support- but in no way detract from C support.
As I understand it the benefit of pyhton is the ability to process text strings. So for interfacing over USB to an instrument or external module there would be an easier capability to manage the input and output.However, I don't think it replaces C++. The C++ is the machine control environment and implement the drivers and management. So the down side is more resources - ram and flash.
QuoteSo idea- add Python support- but in no way detract from C support. Very easy to say, very hard to implement.
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