Python & Pygame
Is it just me or is this common thing to say for python programmers. Apparently people say that oh, you need to learn Python before you even touch Pygame which I think is kinda true but why so less or I must ask why is pygame not very popular? Why is C++ so hot for this sort of stuff? Well I think it is just because people just like it. C++ is a static language unlike Python which is dynamic so why do peeps like STATIC LANGUAGES it just drives me crazy!!!! Comment below and let's see people's opinions!
Pygame is a library based off of the python programming language. Therefore it uses the components of the language. You DO need to learn python before you learn Pygame. Also statically typed languages allow more control and are faster than python. Static languages allow a better understanding of a concept that uses oop and fp. Just try it. typing some more keywords will not hurt you.
Being static is not a reason to hate a language... Also, pygame is kinda hard to work with, and there are just easier ways to create graphics