Dynamically Typed Programming Language
Dynamically typed programming languages are languages that carry out code checking after the successful deployment of a program. Such languages are generally considered slower and more intricate to write when compared to statically typed languages. The categorization of programming language syntax, which pertains to how code is structured and combined to form larger sequences, is typically classified into dynamically typed or statically typed. In dynamically typed languages, type checking typically occurs during the runtime phase of the program, as opposed to statically typed languages where it takes place during the compilation phase.