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Dynamic languages are becoming increasingly popular for different software development scenarios such as Web engineering, rapid prototyping, or the construction of applications that require runtime adaptiveness. These languages are built on the idea of supporting reasoning about (and customizing) program structure, behaviour and environment at runtime. The dynamism offered by dynamic languages is, however, counteracted by two main limitations: no early type error detection and fewerdoi:10.1049/iet-sen.2009.0070 fatcat:wumxipwhqncydpobe452kuxl5a