How the Python death note came to be on the front page of Newsweek

Python, a language that’s still used by hundreds of millions of programmers around the world, is not equal to JavaScript, a modern web development language popular in the US and Europe.

The article, published Friday, was based on the claim that Python and JavaScript are not equal because JavaScript is more verbose.

Python has the same number of built-in variables as JavaScript.

The two languages are often compared, but not necessarily, because both are programming languages designed to be used in tandem.

The “code of the year” category is often used to award programmers for their work.

This year, Newsweek used the term “code.”

The article is titled “How the Python Death Note Came to Be on the Front Page of Newsweek.”