On Mon, 13 Mar 2006, kwatch wrote:

> I separate 'abstract method' and 'typing'. They are different thing, I
> think.  I have no intention to bring strong typing into Ruby.  The merits of
> abstract method is not only typing.  Please take account of reading code, as
> well as writing or executing code.  Descriptive code help those who reading
> the program code.

careful - ruby is strongly typed.  what it is not is statically typed.

   ruby typing => strong and dynamic

just wanted to point this out because the issue really seems to confuse
people.


i'm all for your RCR btw...


regards.


-a

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