Applications built using Python

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I have started using Python recently and I wanted to know the applications of Python in real world. what kind of applications is best suited for Python?
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Python is suitable for almost all possible applications.

In "hard real time" applications, all dynamic memory allocation and freeing, and especially garbage collection, are quite understandably frowned upon; this rules out almost all modern languages since almost all of them rely on dynamic memory handling and garbage collection of some kind or other.
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