Python from Wise Guy's Viewpoint
vanicat+invalid at labri.fr
Thu Oct 23 16:52:49 CEST 2003
Pascal Costanza <costanza at web.de> writes:
> Joachim Durchholz wrote:
>> Pascal Costanza wrote:
>>> Ralph Becket wrote:
>>>> I fail to see how dynamic typing can confer any kind of advantage here.
>>> Read the literature on XP.
>> Note that most literature contrasts dynamic typing with the static
>> type systems of C++ and/or Java. Good type systems are /far/ better.
> You are changing topics here.
> In a statically typed language, when I write a test case that calls a
> specific method, I need to write at least one class that implements at
> least that method, otherwise the code won't compile.
Not in ocaml.
ocaml is statically typed.
More information about the Python-list