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Why is C/++ faster than Python?

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Posted on 23-04-10 20:13
This is not a discussion of which is better, as I already know most of your views on best one.

I know it has to do with the interpreter.
But the interpreter is written in C/++, so wouldn't the execution speed of python be the same as C/++?




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Posted on 23-04-10 22:04
As moshbat says it has to be intrepreted as compared to c/c++ which is already machine executable code. On top of that, python will introduce an overhead on top of the c overhead.