Computer programming thesis

A language is typed if the specification of every operation defines types of data to which the operation is applicable, with the implication that it is not applicable to other types. [47] For example, the data represented by "this text between the quotes" is a string , and in many programming languages dividing a number by a string has no meaning and will be rejected by the compilers. The invalid operation may be detected when the program is compiled ("static" type checking) and will be rejected by the compiler with a compilation error message, or it may be detected when the program is run ("dynamic" type checking), resulting in a run-time exception . Many languages allow a function called an exception handler to be written to handle this exception and, for example, always return "-1" as the result.

Computer programming thesis

computer programming thesis

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