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You gotta connect the dots man. You're seeing black and white... when the truth is I am not wrong... however I am not inclined to write a book on the subject on every post I make. You seem to want to... I'm over that stage in life man. I have other things to do. I mean God forbid I visit CP for less than an hour when posting in the lounge, am I right?
So, since I need to prove to you I know what I'm talking about... Nowhere anywhere does it say a loosely typed language cannot have any types. There is no language on the planet I know of that has only one type. JS is a loosely typed language, and thus the way it behaves is a direct result of that... and yes it has basic types... which is a result of design from being loosely typed in the first place. You need less types when it's loose, and so affects things like the example I posted.
Just for a breakdown. You may know this already, but hey...
I was pointing out the irony, that in this instance, C# was doing some magic like a dynamically typed language would. And in this instance, JS actually handles the case better. And before you say it, I have nothing against a strongly typed language.
I'd think most people can infer that if they've been programming for any length of time. Seriously man... get a hobby... :P
I was reading the thread and had exact the same idea... but then I saw your post
If something has a solution... Why do we have to worry about?. If it has no solution... For what reason do we have to worry about? Help me to understand what I'm saying, and I'll explain it better to you Rating helpful answers is nice, but saying thanks can be even nicer.