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GATE | GATE-CS-2005 | Question 61

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Consider line number 3 of the following C- program. 


int main ( ) {                   /* Line 1 */
  int I, N;                      /* Line 2 */
  fro (I = 0, I < N, I++);       /* Line 3 */

Identify the compiler\’s response about this line while creating the object-module


No compilation error


Only a lexical error


Only syntactic errors


Both lexical and syntactic errors

Answer: (D)


Lexical errors refer to errors related to the lexemes or tokens in the program, such as misspelled keywords or identifiers that are not recognized by the language. Here, “fro” instead of “for”.
Syntactic errors occur when the code violates the grammar or syntax rules of the programming language. Here, inside  for loop there is coma instead of semicolomn

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