alan.franzoni.blahblah at example.com.invalid
Fri Aug 1 17:57:10 CEST 2008
MartinRinehart at gmail.com was kind enough to say:
> I'm writing Python as if it were strongly typed, never recycling a
> name to hold a type other than the original type.
> Is this good software engineering practice, or am I missing something
Python *is* strongly typed.
You're talking about dynamic typing, but that's not about "name reuse".
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