What's all this fuss about Python and CPython (Jython, IronPython), I don't get it:
python.org mentions that CPython is:
The "traditional" implementation of Python (nicknamed CPython)
CPython is the default byte-code interpreter of Python, which is written in C.
So what exactly is CPython and how does it differ when compared with python and should I probably use CPython over Python and if so what are its advantages?