Strongly Typed and Weakly Typed Languages 
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 Strongly Typed and Weakly Typed Languages

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> Need some explanation on the terms "weak typing" and "strong typing" with
> reference
> to object oriented programming languages.

> What does one mean by "strongly typed languages"?
> And into which category does Smalltalk fit in ?
> Any links/references/books which clarify these basic doubts would be
> appreciated.

> Thanks,

Shri


Wed, 18 Jun 1902 08:00:00 GMT  
 
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