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re: Ah. I'm afraid I don't have enough experience with Angular. I suppose there are other reasons for that miss-type to happen: a library could be expo...

You can see it in the dom, that all form values are strings in the browser. There are no types. When you bin an integer to a form input, it will be a string eventually. When the user modifies it, the new string goes back to the model.

I really wish there were some statically typed version of TS that would be compiled to WebASM... maybe that would be a way to circumvent the JS quirks at runtime.

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