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Dynamically typed vs Weakly typed languages aside, you still only have one choice in the browser. Sure, you can write in something which has all the greatest features you love, but it will still be cross compiled to JavaScript, with all of its pitfalls right?



Simple solution: I wouldn't write anything that requires numeric accuracy to run in the browser.


> Sure, you can write in something which has all the greatest features you love, but it will still be cross compiled to JavaScript, with all of its pitfalls right?

By this logic, no bignum library could exist because machine code doesn't have bignums, and everything gets compiled to machine code and/or run by an interpreter that's been compiled to machine code.




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