type equivalency

Andrew J Bromage andrew@bromage.org
Thu, 6 Jun 2002 15:00:49 +1000

G'day all.

On Wed, Jun 05, 2002 at 10:35:52PM -0500, Jon Cast wrote:

> > One general rule of strongly-typed programming is: A program is type
> > correct if it is accepted by my favourite type checker.  A corollary
> > is that what you call a type, I reserve the right to call a
> > precondition.
> If I accepted that, I would be un-defining crucial terms.  That would
> destroy the potential for discussion here, no?

I think you might have missed the sarcasm. :-)

Andrew Bromage