What is static typing?
Static typed is a programming language in which a programmer must declare the variables clearly before using them. As a programmer, you don’t have to define the variables before they are put into use. The most popular static typed programming languages are C, C++, and Java.
It is important to note that although you can cast a variable in the statically typed programming language, it will not be converted into another type of variable. Instead, it will only be read in a different manner. In these programming languages, using a variable if you have not declared it will result in an error.
What is Dynamic Typed?
Dynamic typed is a complete opposite of the statically typed programming language. In dynamic typed, all the variables must be defined before they are used. The good thing about dynamic typed is you don’t have to declare these variables. Also, the variables don’t have to be typed into a particular type.