As I understand, the cause of the speed difference between compiled languages and python is, that the first compiles code all way to the native machine's code, whereas python compiles to python ...
Just wondering (now that I've started with C++ which needs a compiler) why Python doesn't need a compiler? I just enter the code, save it as an exec, and run it. In C++ I have to make builds and all ...
This is just a wondering I had while reading about interpreted and compiled languages. Ruby is no doubt an interpreted language, since source code is compiled by an interpreter at the point of ...