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Christopher Wong

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Christopher Wong is a senior software engineer at lifeIMAGE.
Is your language strongly, weakly, statically or dynamically typed? Posted: Mar 28, 2013 11:55 PM
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Would you describe a programming language to be strongly typed, weakly typed, statically typed or dynamically typed? People often use the terms "strongly typed" and "statically typed" interchangeably, and likewise "weakly typed" and "dynamically typed" are often used to mean the same thing. I think this imprecision of terminology is unfortunate. That is, the definition of strong v.s. weak typing

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