On 6/19/2003 3:46 AM, in article
20030619084602.GA8628 / student.ei.uni-stuttgart.de, "Mauricio Fern?ndez"
<batsman.geo / yahoo.com> wrote:

> On Thu, Jun 19, 2003 at 05:40:02PM +0900, Sam Griffith wrote:
>> Nick,
>> 
>> A common idiom in type-less languages like Ruby, Smalltalk and others is
> 
> They are not type-less there are dynamically typed.
> Doing 
>  a = 1 + "1"
> doesn't work in Ruby, but does in Perl, for example.
> 

Objects aren't type-less, but variables are. But I should have been more
clear.  Sorry about that!

Thx,

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