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secretGeek on CodingHorror wrote:Type inference is not a gateway drug to more dynamically typed languages.
Rather "var" is a gateway drug toward "real" type inferencing, of which var is but a tiny cigarette to the greater crack mountain!
Formiko wrote:TaylorS wrote:Dinka
You've actually HEARD Dinka spoken?
I no longer live in NYC, but 45 miles west. In our town we have few foreigners except Mexicans. I spoke Cherokee AND Cheyenne last Friday. (It was with the same person though )
TaylorS wrote:There are a few south Sudanese folks here, so yes. One of them was a classmate in a English Comp/Lit course in my Freshman year at college, spoke fluent Dinka! I was amazed!
JackFrost wrote:We're talking about a few hundreds of languages spoken in Montreal that cannot be listed here.
Rumpetroll wrote:What I've heard in Belgrade
-Serbo-Croatian (EVERY possible variation i.e. dialect or a language)
-Romani (I'm guessing Balkan Romani)
not so many exotic languages though...
Draven wrote:There are of course many more, but European languages other than Italian and Greek seem to conceal themselves really well - I have yet to encounter Portuguese.
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