Duck Typing

Thu, July 19, 2007, 03:15 PM under Links
Not sure how this term managed to escape me up to now, but it did. Simple stuff like this fascinate me. From wikipedia:
"In computer science, duck typing is a principle of dynamic typing in which an object's interface and attributes determine valid semantics, rather than having the language enforce rules regarding inheritance or require type casting."

Found via Krzysztof where he discusses Duck Notation.