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Python may be the top programming language in the world right now, but its popularity won't last. Here's why.

"Times have never been better for Python," opines Christopher Tozzi in ITProToday. "The language currently ranks as the most popular programming language in the world, according to the TIOBE Index - a position that reflects years of steady growth over the past two decades.

That growth stems from a variety of factors. One is the fact that Python - despite its humble origins as an enhanced shell scripting language - has evolved into one of the most versatile, dynamic languages out there. It's used for everything from web development, to internet of things (IoT) programming, to AI and beyond..."

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