stringly typed

<humour, programming>

A humourous play on "strongly typed", coined by Mark Simpson, for an implementation that uses strings instead of more appropriate types, thus preventing compile-time type checking.

[Dodgy Coder].

Last updated: 2012-06-25

Nearby terms:

String EXpression Interpreterstringly typedSTring Oriented Interactive Compiler

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