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By Guwanch1, history, 6 weeks ago, In English

I'm newbie and I'm solving problems in C++, but which one is better c++ or python, should i switch to python or better to stay in C++! Thank you!

 
 
 
 
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Of course C++

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For competitive programming, C++ almost always wins, but knowing python would help in problems that require to work with big numbers. Maybe you can avoid it, but if solution with big numbers is easier, it's better to just code it in python

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C++ is good for olimpiads programming . but Python is good for self programming . I install the chrome Guwanch1 and voted to you. I am eBayRAM

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C++, I use python and sometime i just stuck on problem due to TLE but when somehow i do it with C++ it got AC so C++ is of course better than python don't switch on python.

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Well if you are already writing code in c++, then continue writing code in c++. Why is it better? C++ is simply more functional and faster. BUT if you have to work with long numbers (more then 128 bits) people usually use python.

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c++; python--;

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Java users: Imma go cry now

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Stick with C++. Its nice.