Why are adult sites created in Python?

Python is a general-purpose, versatile and popular programming language. It’s great as a first language because it is concise and easy to read, and it is also a good language to have in any programmer’s stack as it can be used for everything from web development to software development and scientific applications. That is why many porn sites are created in Python. The leader of the porn industry in the category of family porn DadCrush is no exception. This site is written in Python, it is very fast and secure thanks to the Https Protocol. The name of the site matches what it promises and you can easily see how young and hot daughters are fucked by adults and brazen stepfathers.

Why Python?
What makes Python so special? How does it happen that programmers, young and old, experienced and novice, want to use it? How did it happen that large companies adopted Python and implemented their flagship products using it?

There are many reasons – we’ve listed some of them already, but let’s enumerate them again in a more practical manner:

it’s easy to learn – the time needed to learn Python is shorter than for many other languages; this means that it’s possible to start the actual programming faster;
it’s easy to teach – the teaching workload is smaller than that needed by other languages; this means that the teacher can put more emphasis on general (language-independent) programming techniques, not wasting energy on exotic tricks, strange exceptions and incomprehensible rules;
it’s easy to use for writing new software – it’s often possible to write code faster when using Python;
it’s easy to understand – it’s also often easier to understand someone else’s code faster if it is written in Python;
it’s easy to obtain, install and deploy – Python is free, open and multiplatform; not all languages can boast that.

Python in Action
Where can we see Python in action? We see it every day and almost everywhere.

It’s used extensively to implement complex Internet services like search engines, cloud storage and tools, social media and so on. Whenever you use any of these services, you are actually very close to Python, although you wouldn’t know it.

Many developing tools are implemented in Python.

More and more everyday use applications are being written in Python. Lots of scientists have abandoned expensive proprietary tools and switched to Python.

Lots of IT project testers have started using Python to carry out repeatable test procedures. The list is long.

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