With these tools you can convert your code written in one language to its equivalent in another
Here are four major projects which are working in this direction and can be used for cross compilation.
What they do: You write a code in one language, compile it by one of the tools listed below and an equivalent code of another language is generated.
The list follows :
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According to the documentation, Transcrypt accomplishes these tasks with CPython’s Abstract Syntax Tree module, which allows programmatic access to the way Python parses its own code. Though the project is still in alpha, it’ll be fascinating to see how it shapes up.
The biggest drawback to Jiphy right now is that it supports only a subset of Python’s features. Classes or default arguments aren’t available yet, although decorators and exceptions are. Much of this is because Jiphy insists on establishing as close to a line-to-line relationship as possible between the source and target code, but its developers are eyeing the new features in ES6 for more advanced Python feature support.
While these tools give the facility to convert codes, different programmers may have different favorite programming language. You can tell your favorite one in the comments.