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Craig Steiner
02/22/06 12:06
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#110525 - Impossible errors?
Responding to: Jon Ledbetter's previous message
Jon Ledbetter said:
The statements are, therefore, confined to BEGIN, END and STOP. No matter how you arrange the statements, you can't make a syntax error.

Wouldn't typing BEIGN instead of BEGIN be a syntax error, even in SIMPLE? :)

And wouldn't it be a logical error to execute a STOP before a BEGIN?

Craig Steiner

List of 11 messages in thread
SIMPLE programming language      Jon Ledbetter      02/22/06 11:04      
   sounds like a igNobel candidate      Erik Malund      02/22/06 11:20      
   Impossible errors?      Craig Steiner      02/22/06 12:06      
      I just saw it and thought it was funny      Jon Ledbetter      02/22/06 12:09      
      Of course not...      Neil Kurzman      02/22/06 18:55      
   one thing missing      Erik Malund      02/22/06 12:38      
   ah but      Jez Smith      02/22/06 14:44      
      Been there done that      Craig Steiner      02/22/06 15:40      
         C+-      Oliver Sedlacek      02/23/06 03:27      
            C and C++      Andy Peters      02/24/06 23:04      
               Enlightened      Oliver Sedlacek      02/27/06 07:04      

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