sam at heffalump.me.uk
Sat Jul 3 10:15:48 CEST 2004
Thomas Reichelt wrote:
> short question: is there any language combining the syntax, flexibility and
> great programming experience of Python with static typing? Is there a
> project to add static typing to Python?
> Thank you,
You might want to take a quick look at Haskell, although I think it is
still largely an academic's language. A quick roundup of
Haskell is strongly typed but fully supports polymorphism
Haskell is functional rather than imperative
Haskell uses significant whitespace, like Python
HUGS is a good interpreter for Haskell if you want to try it out.
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