Mark J. Reed wrote:
It would behoove @Larry to examine the optional type constraints
system proposed for Javascript:TNG (see link from firefox.com
developers page).  I therefore assume that they have done so, but
others would benefit by doing likewise. :)

Do I get that right: you imply that I didn't do my homework?
Note that I don't feel offended by that.

I found two dissertations and a couple of papers about typing
JavaScript. The quintessential is that optional typing is
defined as having *no* impact on the dynamic behavior of the
program. In that respect type annotations are like comments.
I doubt that this is the case with Perl 6, or is it?

Regards, TSa.

The Angel of Geometry and the Devil of Algebra fight for the soul
of any mathematical being.   -- Attributed to Hermann Weyl

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