Dnia nie 1. czerwca 2003 21:06, Jim Freeze napisa

> I suppose deep down, this goes back to a static
> vs dynamic typing issue. No?

Not quite. If a dynamically typed language is statically scoped and doesn't 
default all unknown identifiers to some scope (e.g. global scope like Scheme 
or instance methods on self like Ruby) but reports them as errors, there is a 
difference between named constants and symbols in error reporting.

But most dynamically typed languages do default to some scope. (My language 
will not.)

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