How fast does Python execute code?

How fast does Python execute code?

Let’s take a look at some of the fastest individual run times for several popular programming languages. Specifically we can look at: from the binary-tree benchmark on The Computer Language Benchmarks Game. Python’s time of 48.03 seconds becomes blown away by the 0.94 seconds in C++ or 1.54 seconds in C.

Python 3.11 is finally out with significant performance improvements. However, improved speed performance emerges as the notable winner among the improvements. As a result of the upgrades Python 3.11 runs around 64% faster.

64% faster doesn’t really mean much in a vacuum. Moreover, there are so many possible tasks that one can judge off of. In addition, if you’re really worried about speed and performance. Python only really makes sense as a scripting language for packages written in C/C++. Otherwise C++ or Java make much more sense. Beyond that one of the great ironies of programming is that C, which has legions of boiler plate code, is actually one of the fastest and easiest to thread. In conclusion, without a doubt, far easier than python with stuff like OMP.

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How fast does Python execute code?