On 8/2/06, Chad Perrin <perrin / apotheon.com> wrote:
> I'd say that duck typing is more a means of allowing you to defer
> rigidity until it's actually beneficial.  It has little or nothing to do
> with delaying validation, and everything to do with avoiding the
> unfortunate circumstance of having to validate before it's convenient
> for your code to have something to validate.

That is one of the most concise statements on the benefits of
duck-typing I've ever read. Thanks, Chad!

Jacob Fugal