How to Make Python Statically Typed — The Essential Guide

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Type hints, variable annotation, and forcing runtime type checks — everything you need to know. Python is a dynamically typed language — I’m sure you know that. This makes it easy and fun for beginners, as there’s no need to think about data types. Still, static typing has some benefits. Today we’ll explore how to make Python as statically typed as possible. So, what’s the deal with dynamically typed languages? In a nutshell, it means there’s no code compilation, so the Python interpreter performs type checking as code runs. As a result, variable types are allowed to change throughout the application. It may sound like an […]

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