Though a good chance to clear up a mis-conception. Parrot is not
typeless because many of the languages that target Parrot are not
typeless. They are *dynamically typed*. Examples of such languages
include Perl 6. :-)
On Tuesday 10 April 2007 18:51, Shlomi Fish wrote:
(Although it seems the most interesting promises made by parrot - fast
typeless code for example - are not going to be delivered, too).
Hmmm.... I haven't been closely following Parrot.
Despite this mention, this thread is off-topic for the Parrot list,
For more on types, see the slides from a talk I gave on the subject at
YAPC::Europe last year: