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Huw Collingbourne

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Huw Collingbourne is Director of Technology for the Ruby In Steel IDE
Amethyst 2 Semantic error checking Posted: Jul 2, 2013 6:09 AM
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Sometimes your code may cause problems even when it is syntactically correct. If, for example, you accidentally use the same name for a local variable as for a parameter or if you use = to assign a value when you had intended to use == to test a value. Amethyst 2's new semantic error checking can help you spot this type of mistake before it causes a problem. This video gives a brief (...)

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