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Every programming language relies on some inherent data type. Some enforce type checking and conversion strictly eg Pascal, while others do it loosely, eg C. There is no final solution, sometimes it becomes a matter of personal taste for programmers.
1. Type checking prevents user from inadvertently using a wrong type of value for a variable and ensures ...
Every programming language relies on some inherent data type. Some enforce type checking and conversion strictly eg Pascal, while others do it loosely, eg C. Using this solution you will be able to understand the differences between different types of typed languages.
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