The StaDyn programming language


Hybrid static and dynamic typing languages are aimed at combining the benefits of both kinds of languages: the early type error detection and compile-time optimizations of static typing, together with the runtime adaptability of dynamically typed languages. The StaDyn programming language is a hybrid typing language, whose main contribution is the utilization of the type information gathered by the compiler to improve compile-time error detection and runtime performance. StaDyn has been evaluated as the hybrid typing language for the .Net platform with the highest runtime performance and the lowest memory consumption. Although most optimizations are performed statically by the compiler, compilation time is yet lower than the existing hybrid languages implemented on the .Net platform.

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Jose Quiroga
Jose Quiroga
Associate Professor