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Other compilers will print a message indicative of the error and show why the statement is wrong. The majority of error numbers and messages are typed immediately after the entry of an erroneous line. In some cases, however, an error indication cannot be given until the end of the program. Common errors which prevent a program from compiling are: Incorrect punctuation. A referred-to line number has not been found. Unrecognisable word or statement type. Incorrect form of statement. 2. Execution errors which are detected during the running of the program.

This checking will use the flowchart and the documented results of the checking of the flowchart since the checking of the logic of the program will have been done. The main purpose of the checking of the coding is to ensure that the flowchart boxes have been accurately translated into programming language terminology. If the program is written in BASIC the statement numbers which must preface each statement should be written on the appropriate box of the detailed flowchart to make correspondence easy to see.

Most computer programs obey the same sequences of statements over and over again. A payroll program for 1000 employees has the essential parts of the program repeated 1000 times and many mathematical programs involve repeated iteration of the same sequence of computer statements. Parts of a program which it is desired to repeat many times are known as loops and high-level languages contain facilities to control loops and ensure they are obeyed the required number of times. 6. High-level computer languages allow independent sections of a program to be written in such a way that they can be transferred from one program to another.

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