What's a syntax error?
A syntax is a correct way of writing something in a programming language. If you want the computer to understand your command you have to use the correct syntax otherwise it would not recognize it and show a syntax error.
Just take a simple example:
Suppose I want to text you that I want a pen drive that belongs to a third person, say RAJ. So the correct way to text would be: “Could you give me Raj's pen drive.”
Here the apostrophe is important, it's the syntax for telling you that the pen drive belongs to Raj. If I don't use that apostrophe it would be a syntax error.
Correcting syntax errors is essential in computer programming: a program will not work until the errors are corrected. It is very important to notice and fix SyntaxError: Unexpected reserved word 'await' in time because otherwise, the program cannot understand commands based on the rules of the programming language.
In computer science, a syntax error is an error in the syntax of a sequence of characters or tokens that is intended to be written in a particular programming language.
Certain syntax errors can be as follows:
-error in the structure of the program
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