Syntax Checking

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Purpose

An editor performs Syntax Checking if it notifies the user of syntax errors in their program/script.

 

Usage

SmarteStudio performs Syntax Checking as you type into the Source Editor.  Messages regarding syntax errors can be found in the Warning View.

 

For example, you begin writing a function:

syntax checking

 

We have a typo here. We used “}” instead of “)”. Once the error is corrected, the warning view clears automatically:

syntax checking 2

 

See Also

Source Editor