Well I would imagine most coders today use programs that highlight and explain the code that’s causing the error, which would snuff out this problem rather quickly
@pirey, yes and no sometimes the error aren’t very explanatory and with semi colons it highlights the line after the missing one a lot of the time
@pirey, the only issue with that is those programs take more time for the computer to complete because they need to basically analyze the lines of code. This "c#" language that it's talking about though is as basic as you can get, so the computers run it much faster.
@Bigm222, then I would delete it and rewrite it
@CHRONICHYPERACTIVITY, do you mean "ancient"?
Calm down there, Satan.
C#? I thought it was C++, but I don’t know if that’s just another way of writing C++, or if it’s just a different code software
@WickedStyx, C# is the successor to C++. C++, ++, as it were. Or you stack the ++’s on top of each other and get C#.
@Thus Says The Lord, alright, thanks for explaining
@WickedStyx, I thought it was another way of writing D-flat
@TriangleTesticles, musician jokes ayyy
This may be a repost but still, can you imagine all the rubber duckies being tortured
Intellisense *alien guy*
I think the software has developed long enough to detect errors, at least that's the comment I read when this was first toasted.