In article <>,
 Sturla Molden <> wrote:

> On 05/06/14 22:27, Alain Ketterlin wrote:
>  > I have seen dozens of projects where Python was dismissed because of the
>  > lack of static typing, and the lack of static analysis tools.
> If you are worried your code will bring down the next Ariane launch, I 
> can understand this argument. If you are only worried a junior developer 
> will make stupid mistankes that the test suite will trap, then no...
> In Python you cannot spoof an object's type, which means the type safety 
> is strong. You cannot make Python silently return bytes of garbage by 
> using objects of incompatible types.

Well, you *can* play evil games with the struct module :-)

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