An error in a program that involves a violation of language rules will be detected at?

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In this blog post, we will discuss how to avoid errors in your programs by following the rules of language.

For example, if you are using a C-based programming language like Java or C++ and you create an error with semicolons (i.e., forgetting them), it will be detected at compile time rather than giving results that may not be what is expected.

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Programs that follow the rules of languages are easier to debug and maintain. However, when programs violate those same language rules, they will be hard or impossible to find in a test environment because such violations might not appear until runtime.

Some examples include: forgetting semicolons at the end of statements (i.e., there is no; followed by an opening {), using invalid variable names like $var instead of var or smthng_wrong instead of something_wrong)

The following code illustrates how we can make sure our program follows all these constraints by inspecting it with CodeLite’s built-in error-checking tool! public static void main.


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