C# Dynamic Type – Just Because It Compiles Doesn’t Mean It’s Right :: http://blog.jasedigitalmedia.com/2011/01/26/c-dynamic-type-just-because-it-compiles-doesnt-mean-its-right/ :: One of the least appealing features of BASIC was that it was a weakly typed language. “Weak typing” or “informal” typing means that the language lacks restrictions on declaring variables or that the language will implicitly convert variables behind the scenes. This typing system can facilitate (or even encourage) sloppy coding or, worse, potentially hide serious problems from being caught during testing.

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