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Double entry handles split transactions well. Credit checking 200 and debit grocery 150 debit household 50 Debits = Credits. The double entry means recording both debit(s) and credit(s).
No, dynamic typing requires both more storage space and more processing time, especially since they also add type affinity, meaning it has a preferred type that the programmer is free to ignore. It is truly an intentional feature with real trade off costs. Those costs are effectively negligible for the use cases SQLite targets, but they are still there. ...
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