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Usage overview[ edit ] An example of a simple type system is that of the C language. The portions of a C program are the function definitions. One function is invoked by another function.
The interface of a function states the name of the function and a list of values that are passed to the function's code. The code of an invoking function states the name of the invoked, along with the names of variables that hold values to pass to it.
During execution, the values are placed into temporary storage, then execution jumps to the code of the invoked function. The invoked function's code accesses the values and makes use of them.
If the instructions inside the function are written with the assumption of receiving an integer value, but the calling code passed a floating-point value, then the wrong result will be computed by the invoked function.
The C compiler checks the type declared for each variable sent, against the type declared for each variable in the interface of the invoked function. If the types do not match, the compiler throws a compile-time error.
A compiler may also use the static type of a value to optimize the storage it needs and the choice of algorithms for operations on the value. In many C compilers the float data typefor example, is represented in 32 bitsin accord with the IEEE specification for single-precision floating point numbers.
They will thus use floating-point-specific microprocessor operations on those values floating-point addition, multiplication, etc.
The depth of type constraints and the manner of their evaluation affect the typing of the language. A programming language may further associate an operation with various resolutions for each type, in the case of type polymorphism. Type theory is the study of type systems. The concrete types of some programming languages, such as integers and strings, depend on practical issues of computer architecture, compiler implementation, and language design.
Fundamentals[ edit ] Formally, type theory studies type systems. A programming language must have occurrence to type check using the type system whether at compile time or runtime, manually annotated or automatically inferred.
As Mark Manasse concisely put it: The fundamental problem caused by a type theory is that meaningful programs may not have meanings ascribed to them.
The quest for richer type systems results from this tension. Assigning a data type, termed typing, gives meaning to a sequence of bits such as a value in memory or some object such as a variable. The hardware of a general purpose computer is unable to discriminate between for example a memory address and an instruction codeor between a characteran integeror a floating-point numberbecause it makes no intrinsic distinction between any of the possible values that a sequence of bits might mean.
A program associates each value with at least one specific type, but it also can occur that one value is associated with many subtypes. Other entities, such as objectsmodulescommunication channels, and dependencies can become associated with a type. Even a type can become associated with a type.
An implementation of a type system could in theory associate identifications called data type a type of a valueclass a type of an objectand kind a type of a type, or metatype.
These are the abstractions that typing can go through, on a hierarchy of levels contained in a system. When a programming language evolves a more elaborate type system, it gains a more finely grained rule set than basic type checking, but this comes at a price when the type inferences and other properties become undecidableand when more attention must be paid by the programmer to annotate code or to consider computer-related operations and functioning.
It is challenging to find a sufficiently expressive type system that satisfies all programming practices in a type safe manner.
The more type restrictions that are imposed by the compiler, the more strongly typed a programming language is. Strongly typed languages often require the programmer to make explicit conversions in contexts where an implicit conversion would cause no harm. Pascal's type system has been described as "too strong" because, for example, the size of an array or string is part of its type, making some programming tasks difficult.
A programming language compiler can also implement a dependent type or an effect systemwhich enables even more program specifications to be verified by a type checker. Beyond simple value-type pairs, a virtual "region" of code is associated with an "effect" component describing what is being done with what, and enabling for example to "throw" an error report.
Thus the symbolic system may be a type and effect system, which endows it with more safety checking than type checking alone. Whether automated by the compiler or specified by a programmer, a type system makes program behavior illegal if outside the type-system rules.
Advantages provided by programmer-specified type systems include: Abstraction or modularity — Types enable programmers to think at a higher level than the bit or byte, not bothering with low-level implementation.
For example, programmers can begin to think of a string as a set of character values instead of as a mere array of bytes.
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