TypeScript Definition & Meaning
Static type checking
TypeScript uses static type checking, meaning that variables can be given a type when they are declared. The programming language will check types when it's time to compile and throw an error if the variable is given a value of a different type. If there is an error, it does not prevent the code from executing; the code will still be compiled. Static type checking is optional, so if no type is given, the type will be set to any by default.
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