Message from JavaScript discussions

July 2017

— Yeah

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"strict typing" variables can simulate some degree of type safety if applied correctly but it is then nothing more than an eval-time error

— I love js

— PHP is still way way worse

— But it has inconsistancies

— We would never be able to build qbil trade in js

— Those days there was no nodejs

— Proper type safety would mean PHP refuses to eval AT ALL if there is something type-related wrong

— No ecma2015

— You would

— Never dude

— We have a looooot of js code