Python Training — Introduction

Python Training — Introduction
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  1. A Python virtual machine is created at the installation location of packages (libraries). Think of a virtual machine as a container.
  2. Python code is then written to .py files.
  3. CPython, as an interpreter, translates Python code into bytecode. The bytecode is for the Python virtual machine.
  4. When you want to execute a bytecode, the code is interpreted at runtime. The code will then be translated from bytecode to machine code. The bytecode does not depend on the machine on which you run the code. This allows Python to operate independently.

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