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A dynamic programming language is a programming language in which operations otherwise done at compile-time can be done at run-time. For example, in JavaScript it is possible to change the type of a variable or add new properties or methods to an object while the program is running.

This is opposed to so-called static programming languages, in which such changes are normally not possible.

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