1 of 1 You can’t do algebraic geometry in Python.
In fact, you can’t even do a vector algebra, because Python doesn’t have vector math.
In the same way that Python’s math is not the same math you’re used to writing in your regular programming language, its syntax is not as sophisticated as C++.
That makes it harder to port your Python code to C++ or vice versa.
To solve this problem, Python programmers often use an alternative syntax called the compound notation, which allows them to use the same data structures in more ways.
In Python, compound notation lets you write things like: * a = a + 1 * b = a * b + 1 This syntax is sometimes called “pythonic” because of its simplicity.
The only real difference is that you can only use compound notation in Python 2.7 and later.
The next time you’re writing a program in C, you’ll have to use a different syntax to get the same result.
In this article, we’ll see how Python’s syntax makes it easier to write complex expressions in C. You can find more of our articles on compound notation.
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