As always, more fascinating tooling coming out of Consensys!
Alexander Tsankov

Type checking is a compile-time task so it wouldn’t affect the resulting binary. I believe it’s the higher level of abstraction afforded by Solidity that contributes to its larger binary and assembly size. It’s also a fact that a Lisp-like language is easier to parse and as a result, may be easier to convert to assembly or compile down to binary.

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