Could Python supplant Java?
bdesth at nospam.free.fr
Thu Aug 22 18:54:25 CEST 2002
Nicola Musatti wrote:
>>So what if it's a mock file object that can be .read() but
>>not written? If the function using it doesn't use .write() then the
>>special object will work just fine. A compiler would tell me that
>>code is wrong, but it would be lying and preventing me from doing my
> It depends. This is very similar to what I achieve by combining
> templates and overloading.
But it costs you more work !-)
> When all's said and done, I'm convinced that static typing and dynamic
> typing have both strengths and weaknesses that proficient programmers
> exploit. What I'm not convinced of is that dynamically typed languages
> are better than statically typed ones in all respects.
What I'm not convinced of is that statically types languages are better
than dynamicaly typed ones in all respect !-)
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