Describe the differences between a strongly typed language and a weakly typed language and describe the advantages and disadvantage of each.
Compersion Between A Strongly Typed Language And A Weakly Typed Language
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STRONG VS WEAK TYPING
Among programming languages references such as weakly typed or strongly typed are colloquially made. However, these definitions have no definite meanings, but generally, a strongly typed language has a higher probability of generating an error or refuses to compile a code if the arguments passed to the function do not match closely with the accepted type. While in a weakly typed language the same process can generate unpredictable results and can even carry out an implicit type conversion.
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