What is a strongly typed language ?
Language in which a variable must be declared using an associated data type.
Language which doesn't support implicit conversions of data types.
A strongly typed language is a language, which will not support declaration of variables without underlying data types.
Ex: in C# language or java language we can not create a variable as follows.
i=10; for declaring a variable for storing numeric values we have to use underlying numeric data type . ex: int i=10;
But in java script we can declare a variable without choosing underlying types.
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