Question: There are two general types of errors in software programming: syntax and runtime. In your own words, describe what these errors are and what the differences are between the two. Looking at the two error types, which one would you consider more serious? Provide rationale for your choice. Keep in mind “who” might discover each type of error.
RESPONSE 1 Two general types of errors in software programming involve syntax errors and runtime errors. A syntax error is an error caused when the programmer may have misspelled or forgotten a symbol but if a syntax error has occurred, it means the compiler did not understand something and look for which line was mentioned so you can fix the problem.