In modern programming languages the notion of type has become so natural and widespread that it is easy to forget about its origins and its theoretical relevance. A type is simply seen as a useful means of classification of the objects that a program manipulates: types help to understand better what a program does, and they also provide a valuable firewall against many common programming errors.
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