José Luis Hevia and Alonso Martin-Toledano, members of aQuantum, have published in The QPath Blog the article “Developing in QuantumPath® with Python: selecting the development environment”.
QuantumPath® supports programming languages such as Python, C# or Java using prebuilt SDKs. PySDK is the SDK in the form of a Python package that enables dialog with the QuantumPath® CORE.
In the article the authors focus the analysis on the Python language, introducing readers to how to develop with the Python language in QPath® and its PySDK. To do so, they show how to work, step by step, with this programming language in two different development environments supported by the platform: Conda and Visual Studio Code.
In the summary, the authors highlight that, thanks to the enormous versatility provided by Python, it is possible to make use of QuantumPath® functions for something as important as creating classical-quantum algorithms.
The aQuantum Team congratulates Alonso and Pepe for the publication of this article.
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