type system

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type system

The rules that apply to the data types in a programming language. Every language supports some number of data types (binary, text string, floating point, etc.) that are processed by the instructions. Type checking verifies that the operations performed on the data are correct; for example, a text string cannot be multiplied. Static type checking looks at the source code, while dynamic type checking works at runtime. Both methods are used to verify the proper operation of the program with regard to how instructions operate on the data. See data type and polymorphic typing.
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Has this dynamic type of architecture ever been attempted before?
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The dynamic type of an agent is its current belief state.
0 release, including names and optional arguments, the dynamic type, and support for parallel programming.
It was the result of significant turmoil inside the Labour group and the requirement to provide a more dynamic type of direction for the city.
I think this type of session provided a dynamic type of learning that greatly complements our strong, traditional, classroom-based programs," Leider said.
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As Sher explains, the vibrant Dublin book culture was not so much "piratical" as "parasitical," since there was a conspicuous lack of native authors who could emulate the dynamic type of author-publisher relationship that had subsisted between Jonathan Swift and George Faulkener in the 1720s.
This change is particularly important when applying such changes to dynamic type systems as these systems depend on constant gas flow.

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