Sunday, January 5, 2020

Definition for the Term Strongly Typed

Definition: Java is a strongly typed programming language because every variable must be declared with a data type. A variable cannot start off life without knowing the range of values it can hold, and once it is declared, the data type of the variable cannot change. Examples: The following declaration is allowed because the variable has hasDataType is declared to be a boolean data type: boolean hasDataType; For the rest of its life, hasDataType can only ever have a value of true or false.

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