How to implement incremental type checking during a Hackathon in just 3 days!
Python is a duck 🦆 typed language, meaning it doesn’t verify types, it verifies the presence of methods and properties at runtime. For example, we can call
my_method() on any object, and as long as the object has the method
my_method, then the call will succeed.
This is both an advantage and a disadvantage:
Being duck typed implies that type…