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C# is a strongly typed language, which illustrates the fact that all the variables are resolved at compile time.
Last generation ETL tools are strongly typed, requiring the developer to define the exact data structures that will be passing through integrations while designing them.
Significant performance tuning improvements have been made, such as lambda-based strongly typed HTML helpers being much faster.
Using a strongly typed language, developers simply specify the data logic that their application needs, and C-language source code implementing the exact data logic needed by their application, is generated.
Moreover, the impending arrival of new business technologies like strongly typed enterprise systems (with business object components), e-commerce and e-reporting ontologies, and the semantic web makes some expertise in knowledge representation appealing for all accountants in the near term.
The present work was motivated by our goal of using a strongly typed intermediate representation as part of the Marmot bytecode-to-native-code compiler [Fitzgerald et al.
Although most common programming languages are not strongly typed, LIS developers often select a strongly typed formalism for articulating the abstracted objects and operations.
Ada, as a strongly typed language, will catch all such errors, while the current generation of C compilers will not.
It is implemented with a strongly typed subset of the 'C' language that complies with the MISRA-C:2004 standard.
They show Ada as a Pascal-based, strongly typed, general-purpose language--but with features going well beyond its ancestor in a number of areas including packages for system modularization, private types for data abstraction, tasking for concurrency, exceptions for dealing with run-time errors, and generics for reusability and general parameterization.
Ada is an imperative, strongly typed, block-structured language, whose intended domain of application spans the software spectrum, from systems programming to hard real-time programming.
From the point of view of a strongly typed language, a class is a construct for implementing a user-defined type.