Python and generic programming
jerf at jerf.org
Fri Oct 22 19:25:58 CEST 2004
On Fri, 22 Oct 2004 06:56:09 +0000, Steven Bethard wrote:
> You probably meant "static typing" throughout this email when you said "strong
> typing". Python *is* strongly typed -- you can tell the type of any object at
> runtime. Python is not statically typed -- any name can be bound to any type
> of object, so nothing is checked at "compile time".
That's why I said "the kind of type safety that you are referring to" in
my message. It was not worth bringing up, in this context.
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