So what can it really do?
Is Java statically-typed?
Java is statically-typed, so it expects its variables to be declared before they can be assigned values. Groovy is dynamically-typed and determines its variables’ data types based on their values, so this line is not required.
Is C++ strongly typed?
C++ is reasonably strongly typed, and the ways in which it has been lenient that have historically caused trouble have been pruned back, such as implicit casts from void* to other pointer types, and finer grained control with explicit casting operators and constructors.
Is Python loosely typed?
Python is both a strongly typed and a dynamically typed language. Strong typing means that variables do have a type and that the type matters when performing operations on a variable. … For example Python allows one to add an integer and a floating point number, but adding an integer to a string produces error.