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How to Optimise Python Performance

No magic bullets, but a set of guiding principles

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Python is an interpreted language, which means it will generally be slower than compiled languages such as C++. For this reason, it is sometimes necessary to take additional steps to optimise Python code. In this article, we will look at some of the principles we should follow when optimising Python code.

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Martin McBride

Martin McBride

Software developer. Java, Python, C++ etc. I write for pythoninformer.com and maintain the generativepy library.

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