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Is C language strongly typed?

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  • Michael Tidmarsh
    Welcome to ITKE, swatiagrawal! Could you give us some more information on your problem? I'm not sure what you mean by strongly typed.
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  • Subhendu Sen
    C is basically based on procedural language. As per your Q, it seems that this Q comes from an assignment/ home work ! However, in very short reply is that, Not strongly typed, but type is static like almost all data type but implicit conversions can be done thru C, for eg. chars may use as integers.
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  • hunshabbir7
    C is a weakly typed language because implicit type conversion is possible in C.
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