Thu, 13 Feb 2003 10:10:44 +0900, <jbritt / ruby-doc.org> <jbritt / ruby-doc.org> pisze:

> Strong versus Weak Typing
> A Conversation with Guido van Rossum, Part V
> by Bill Venners with Frank Sommers
> February 10, 2003
> 
> http://www.artima.com/intv/strongweak.html

It's a pity that people judge about static typing by seeing only
C++ and Java.

Where is OCaml? Haskell? Eiffel? They don't have mentioned problems
with generics, and languages with Hindley-Milner typing (OCaml,
Haskell, SML, Clean) require much less changes than explicitly-typed
languages when the type of something which is just passed down
is changed.

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