1. One of the main differences between logic and syntax errors is that logic errors occur more frequently and involve errors in the language (e.g. spelling a command wrong)
2. _____________ are errors that occur when instructions do not follow the rules or the grammar of the programming language
3. When you have a syntax error and try to run the program, the program will
4. An example of a syntax error would be:
5. Not putting double quotes around text so that the program assumes the text is a variable would be an example of a:
6. _________________do not stop a program running or produce error messages but will result in a program not running in the way it was expected to
7. PRiNTX("Hello World") instead of the correct command print("Hello World") would be an example of a:
8. Errors in a mathematical formula are usually
9. Sequential instructions in the wrong order do not stop the program from running but produce the wrong result and are examples of:
10. Referring to variables that have not been set correctly.
i.e. count = count + step when step has not previously been assigned a value is a …
11. Syntax errors are usually the hardest to spot - much harder to spot than logic errors.
12. Can you spot the error?
13. Can you spot the error in this code?
14. Why is the following vb.net code going to produce a logic error?
15. When a program that has an error stills executes (runs) but just gives you an answer that you do not expect, this is likely to be a….