Testing

46 Computer Science Topics

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Candidates should be able to:

  • describe syntax errors and logic errors which may occur while developing a program
  • understand and identify syntax and logic errors
  • select and justify test data for a program, stating the expected outcome of each test.

What are syntax errors?

Syntax errors are errors that occur when instructions do not follow the rules or the grammar of the programming language. The instruction cannot therefore be executed and an error message will usually be generated. Examples of syntax errors include:

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