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TWO TRUTHS & A LIE
In each "Two Truths & a Lie" section, two of the numbered statements are true, and one is false. Identify the false statement and explain why it is false.
1. Unlike a low-level programming language, a high-level programming language allows you to use a vocabulary of reasonable terms instead of the sequences of on-and-off switches that perform the corresponding tasks.
2. A syntax error occurs when you violate the rules of a language; locating and repairing all syntax errors is part of the process of debugging a program.
3. Logic errors are fairly easy to find because the software that translates a program finds all the logic errors for you.