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I'm not a strong programmer just and engineering student. one group that is working on a project that uses GNU radio involving a lot of python and C++ interfacing. What is so special about python and why do a lot of people interface it with C++, isn't C++ more powerful.

Sorry about changing a bit of the topic but I just didn't feel the need to start a new thread when this one was similar to my curiosity.

Evan

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Choice of language often depends on one or more of the following

  1. Business requirements
  2. Applicability to the solution
  3. Programmer's choice

For a succinct listing of Python's strengths, see the Python About page.

Python can't do everything though. Sometimes you need to use a language that can. C++ is one of those that can.

Hope this helps.

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