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Within statically typed languages, some of them, like Java or C#, need to perform extra type checking at run-time. In contrast, once a Haskell program has been compiled, no more type checks have to be done, so performance is vastly increased.

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?? Java나 C#에서 런타임에 추가적인 타입체킹을 해야 한다는데, 이것이 무슨 의미일까요?