On Dec 9, 2007 11:39 AM, Dumaiu <Dymaio / gmail.com> wrote:
> On Dec 9, 12:19 pm, Todd Benson <caduce... / gmail.com> wrote:
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> <snippy>
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> > > > 2)  Accidentally creating a new variable.
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> > This is a danger that will plague any language, IMO.
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>     To be fair, it has to be said that it is less of a problem in
> languages that require variables to be declared or typed.

Hmm.  Maybe, but I kind of doubt it.  var temp is no more or less
succinct than anything else.  It doesn't guarantee you "safeness".
Safeness is what databases are for.  Pre-declaration is sort of an
empty promise in flow-control.

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> > Todd
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>      -Jonathan

Todd