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Topic: What does the strong dynamic typification mean?

Explain, please. I thought that the strong typification and dynamic typification is opposite things... It is desirable on an example of such languages as a C, a C ++, C#, Java, JavaScript, Python...

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Hello, Maxim Rogozhin, you wrote: > And here, for example, JavaScript possesses feeble dynamic typification. It means that in JavaScript it is possible to transfer numerical argument there where the line is expected? For what such possibility is necessary? That all to tangle.

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Hello, CaptainFlint, you wrote: >> Thanks. I.e. speech about transmission of values to functions? CF> not only, about any implicit type conversions. Thanks. Still such question: and when we, for example, in a python write a = 15 a = "15" it is not type conversion? At first there was a number, and then a line became.

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