StaDyn

The main objective of this project is to break the programmers’ black or white choice between static or dynamic typing. StaDyn is a programming language that offers both dynamic and static typing following the Separation of Concerns principle, obtain both the benefits of static typing (performance, early error detection, better documentation and legibility, and better IDE features) and dynamic typing (flexibility, rapid prototyping, less verbose, less rigid, and dynamically adaptable).

Jose Quiroga
Jose Quiroga
Teaching Assistant

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