Category Archives: Java and Python

In Java, what is the difference between an abstract class and an interface?

This post is about Java, and has nothing to do with Python.  I’ve posted it here so that it can be available to other folks who might find it useful. (And because I don’t have a Java blog!) In Java, what … Continue reading

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Python & Java: A Side-by-Side Comparison

I wrote this little piece a long time ago — it was last updated in May 2007. In 2009 I moved it from my website to this blog. At this point I consider it an historical artifact, in the sense … Continue reading

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Static vs. dynamic typing of programming languages

Updated 2010-10-20 — added a bit more information about Boo’s type inferencing. Updated 2012-04-08 — This post is an appendix to a post comparing Java and Python. Some comments on this post are actually comments on that other post. There … Continue reading

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