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  • adj. Subject to late binding.


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  • But late-bound has some deeper and more profound properties that include abilities to actually change the both the structure and metastructure of the language itself.

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  • One can tell how early- or late-bound a system is by looking at the things that can be changed while the program is running.

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  • This is one of the reasons we like to make things late-bound: we don't know what we are doing half the time, and are constantly finding out things that we needed to know earlier....

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  • A late-bound system like LISP or Smalltalk can change pretty much everything while it is running -- in fact, both these systems are so good at this that their development systems are written in themselves and are active during runtime.

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  • It doesn't yet support proper overload resolution with async lambdas, nor lambda type inference, nor async expression lambdas, nor late-bound await.

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  • The headline feature is that fancy new dynamic keyword that makes it possible to do late-bound COM calls, but the one that's relevant here is the support for optional and named parameters.

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  • Types used to hold methods that are used for late-bound methods.

  • This improved syntax is made possible by the late-bound evaluation supported in dynamic languages.

  • It also will show a late-bound EBIF application insertion for advanced advertising solutions using TSBroadcaster.

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  • It also will demonstrate pre-bound and late-bound widgets.

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