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Unformatted text preview: Program Development co e di t mp ile test Developing Java Programs – BlueJ Developing Java Programs – Eclipse Developing Java Programs – Emacs compile error syntax error — example program semantic error — example program type error — example program style error — example program Style errors are mistakes in the program source code that contravene policy or hamper the ability of programers to read and understand the program even though the program can be translated by the compiler into a executable program. execution error or (fatal) runtime error — example program Runtime errors are mistakes that manifest themselves during the execution of the program. These errors prevent the computer from completing the execution of the program. logic error — example program Logic errors are mistakes in the behavior of the program even though the program can be translated into a running, executable program. If you make a mistake and write a program that goes into an endless loop, and the computer runs out time or space resources and terminates your program prematurely, is this a runtime or a logic error? Either, both, what difference does it make? What is a compiler warning (as opposed to an error)? What you ever encountered a compiler warning issued by javac? ...
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