[Pharo-dev] Smalltalk = strongly typed

Milan Mimica milan.mimica at gmail.com
Fri Aug 2 09:27:52 EDT 2013


On 2 August 2013 06:03, <btc at openinworld.com> wrote:

>
> "A strongly typed language *prevents* any operation on the wrong type of
> data. In weakly typed languages there are ways to escape this restriction:
> type conversions"
>
> meaning that getting a MNU is a form of Strong Typing since you can't make
> a Smalltalk object run a method that is not its own.


How is that preventing?


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Milan Mimica
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