11/15/2012 11:30:48 AM EST
The latest version of ghc (the Haskell compiler) gives you the best of both worlds: type errors can be relegated to warnings, so you can get part of the system working without having to fix all the type errors in other parts. If you do invoke code that has a type error then you get a run time exception, just like you would in a dynamic language. Except its not a nasty surprise.
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