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Static typing vs. dynamic typing [closed]

I'm developing my own programming language in my spare time as a hobby. It's an interpreted language. Currently the syntax for variables is this: %<variable> = <value> Here are some ...
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Are there programming languages that their programs don't run on a VM or natively, but rather on an interpreter? [closed]

In this question I presented an idea I have for a simple programming language. The way programs written in this language will be run, is inside an interpreter written in Java, which will interpret the ...
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Regarding interpreters

I understand that an interpreter could do one of the following things (and probably more): Execute programming-language source code directly. First translate the source code to some intermediate ...
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3answers
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Interpreter or virtual machine that does not execute bytecode

The developers of the Dart language tell that there is a virtual machine that executes statements written in Dart language. What is the difference between an interpreter and a virtual machine that ...
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From an execution perspective is an interpreter the same as the JVM / or the .net Framework

I've recently started two introductory level courses - one using Python, the other Java. I've read the answers to this Question but still have difficulty understanding how each ends up with machine ...
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Whats the difference between an interpreted language and one compiled to a VM? [duplicate]

It occurs to me that there's not a heck of a lot of difference between $>python module.py And: $>javac module.java $>java module.class The former compiles to an intermediate language ...
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Interpreted vs Compiled: A useful distinction?

A lot of questions get asked here about interpreted vs compiled language implements. I'm wondering whether the distinction actually makes any sense. (Actually the questions are usually about ...
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1answer
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Is Objective-C an Interpreted or Compiled language?

I want to know if Objective-C is an interpreted or a compiled language.
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4answers
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Understand scripting language

Quoted from Wikipedia: A scripting language, script language or extension language is a programming language that allows control of one or more applications and makes the compiler of the ...
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Is Python Interpreted or Compiled?

This is just a wondering I had while reading about interpreted and compiled languages. Ruby is no doubt an interpreted language, since source code is compiled by an interpreter at the point of ...