100,000+ hits on TechnoBeans

Thanks guys for your overwhelming responses to my blogs over the last couple of years..

Technobeans has managed to get 100,000+ hits and credit goes to you all who viewed and referred the content to your friends, and colleagues. While this is great milestone, I wish you guys continue to look forward to more blogs, articles, books, open source projects on Python, Java, NodeJS and many more interesting topics to follow..

Occasions like these keep me motivated to say the least.

Thanks again!

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Python: Dynamic typed

According to wikipedia, “A programming language is said to be dynamically typed when the majority of its type checking is performed at run-time as opposed to at compile-time. In dynamic typing values have types, but variables do not; that is, a variable can refer to a value of any type. ”

In statically typed language (like Java), you define a variable of certain type during declaration and its bound to that data type. Assigning the variable with values from different data type is caught during compile-time.

But in dynamically typed languages (like Python), every variable name is bound to an object. Based on the type of value assigned, data type of variable gets decided.

>>> var = 'some string'
>>> print type(var)
<type 'str'>
>>> var = 4
>>> print type(var)
<type 'int'>

You must have observed, the type of variable var changed based on the value assigned to it, hence dynamically typed.