Software quality evaluation company Tiobe has tracked and tracked the spread of programming languages over the past two decades. To compile your list of queries on popular search engines and sites including Google, Bing, Yahoo! , uses Wikipedia and YouTube. A total of 25 search engines and websites were checked.
The list itself is not the best programming language per se or the language in which most lines of code are written, but exactly the number of searches for languages in search engines. So while some may not take Python's success seriously based on the method used, this is an important milestone given that this is the first time in the past 20 years that Python has climbed the rankings. Python, which has grown into a simple programming language as an alternative to Perl. It has become the most popular programming language today. CEO Paul Johnson.