Robert Klemme wrote in post #960960:
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> There seems to be some disagreement what exactly "strongly" and
> "weakly" means here.

To me it's pretty straightforward. An object of Class A cannot be
treated as an object of Class B - the language system detects and
prevents this. Ruby does not follow this approach. It uses duck typing
which is the opposite.

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