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    Hi iO I am introducing myself to all of you.

    Hi iO,

    I am RedNinja1337 and I enjoy playing BF4 a lot I play 7 days a week. I am a Python programmer any other Python developers out there please reply.
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    Re: Hi iO I am introducing myself to all of you.

    Hi there!

    I've been thinking about diving into Python myself. How would you say it compares to other programming languages in terms of difficulty?
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    Welcome to iO
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    to iO !
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    Re: Hi iO I am introducing myself to all of you.

    Quote Originally Posted by TheGodDamnPope View Post
    Hi there!

    I've been thinking about diving into Python myself. How would you say it compares to other programming languages in terms of difficulty?
    Python is something between C and C++ it has many similar things to C and Python is made on C. Python is way easier than C and C++ and is really easy to manipulate strings and analyze large amounts of data. Is a multi use programming language, cross platform, Can access C functions and data types so you can use any Windows API with Python, Can use .NET, Can use Java lib, it has web frameworks like Django, and web.py which is the lib Google used to start developing Google. There is even a Python lib to develop Android apps but is still in development and is not too useful right now. To answer better your question Python is easier because use less code by not having to define variables, you can manipulate data because Python does not required to specify what data type is you just add everything you need inside 'here' and there you go. It has no dependencies unless you use .NET then it will depend on .NET. You can compile a program with python and run it from a network share, USB drive with no installation or any depended lib or framework to be install in any computer. You can also make a single executable with python so no need to have a folder with multiple files. Is easy to create your own packages with python or use other people custom libraries by just have in it in the same directory or add the class inside your script. Python can manipulate memory, processes, and any part of the operating system. Many of the tools that are found in Backtrack or Kali Linux are made in Python. Is not just a scripting language but is also use for many applications like GUIs too but in this case is not as easy as using .NET wish you can use with Python by using the library of IronPython. Just to finish Python have support for all Databases including MS SQL from Microsoft and comes out of the box with sqllite. I will make some time to post on Youtube some videos I been planning to make where I copy the same GUI designs that are found in other programming languages like .NET but using only Tkinter wish is a library that also Perl uses.
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    Re: Hi iO I am introducing myself to all of you.

    I dabble in Python but unfortunately being a sysadmin doesnt leave me much time to code like I would like to.
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    Re: Hi iO I am introducing myself to all of you.

    Quote Originally Posted by BaconOclock View Post
    I dabble in Python but unfortunately being a sysadmin doesnt leave me much time to code like I would like to.
    I am a System Admin too and I use Python to develop my own tools. You can use Python to create network report for audits of users, groups, servers, workstations, shares, printers, local admins, etc... I also use Python to get a list of all computers that are online on the network and with a click of a button I can RDP into the computer, I can get Browser History from the user, I can check who is loggedin in the remote workstation, get screenshots from remote computer, do backups, get event logs, and many other things I can do remotely using Python. I will share with you some tools and scripts that might help you.
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    Re: Hi iO I am introducing myself to all of you.

    already met you ig..

    seeing!
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