E S <eero.saynatkari / kolumbus.fi> wrote:
> * Ruby is strongly typed, not statically typed. Each variable has a
> strict type that it represents, but a type declaration is not needed
> in e.g. method definitions. The result of this is that you don't treat
> and classify objects based on what their type is, you do it based on
> what that particular object can do. This concept is called 'duck
> typing': "If it walks like a duck and it quacks like a duck, it's a
> duck".

What is the point of strong typing then?

Thanks,
Navin.