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Understanding strong, weak, and duck-typed languages

Understanding strong, weak, and duck-typed languages: Foundations of Programming: Fundamentals
Understanding strong, weak, and duck-typed languages: Foundations of Programming: Fundamentals

JavaScript is a weakly-typed language that, unlike strong languages, does not require programmers to decide exactly what type of information each variable holds. Instead, the language uses generic variables. There are, however, several rules that you must follow to write JavaScript programmers that work as intended. This video tutorial from Lynda.com will help you in understanding strong, weak, and duck-typed languages so you can use JavaScript effectively.

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