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Topic: Typification void* and boost:: any

Greetings to all! Whether will correctly tell that 1. Variables void* have the STRONG DYNAMIC typification 2. Variables boost:: any have FEEBLE DYNAMIC typification

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Re: Typification void* and boost:: any

Hello, Maxim Rogozhin, you wrote: > Greetings to all! Whether > will Correctly tell that > 1. Variables void* have the STRONG DYNAMIC typification > 2. Variables boost:: any have FEEBLE DYNAMIC typification if shortly irregularly typification is a property of a programming language, instead of types of variables within the limits of one language normally compare in  a context different languages though also comparing subjectively and contains a lot of estimate opinions, that is qualitative comparing is impossible within the limits of one language (pluses) it is possible to select constructions which are supplied any by checks over types. Obviously, in pluses there are type conversion constructions generally without checks the strong typification are characterized by presence of set of checks on type conversions. A language example: python, java in pluses is reintepret_cast which very feeblly checks types and is dynamic_cast which behaves more cleverly

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Re: Typification void* and boost:: any

Hello, Maxim Rogozhin, you wrote: > Greetings to all! Whether > will Correctly tell that > 1. Variables void* have the STRONG DYNAMIC typification > 2. Variables boost:: any have FEEBLE DYNAMIC typification Listen, whence you these questions take? Such feeling that you set them, without regaining consciousness, or  whence is thoughtless. Here before to ask this question, you generally glanced though somewhere, well purely to clarify, what such the strong and feeble typification?