The brilliance of the Java Virtual Machine is that it is itself an operating system.
In other words, if you use the JVM as your base platform, you don’t have to worry about numerous “if” statements related to the specifics of hardware and operating systems.
The JVM takes care of all of that for you. Whatever you write, it’s going to run perfectly on any operating system and hardware that supports the Java Virtual Machine.
Looking at the latest TIOBE Programming Community Index, we see that Java has recently surpassed C in the TIOBE ratings index, while Python is holding steady in the third position.
So, why is this the case? Of course, any answer will be speculative, but here’s my answer!