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Huw Collingbourne

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Huw Collingbourne is Director of Technology for the Ruby In Steel IDE
Semantic error detection in Amethyst 2 Posted: Jan 2, 2013 7:11 AM
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Typically, there are two classes of errors in code. The first are 'syntax' errors, such as leaving a '' out. These are easily detected and fixed. But the second type – 'semantic' errors' – where the syntax is correct but the meaning is nonsensical or incorrect can be a good bit harder to spot. We've added a number of semantic error checks in the forthcoming version 2 of our Amethyst IDE. The classic example in C like languages of (...)

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