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DynamicSquid (2673)

I'm making a list of error messages. It's like a museum of error messages. Right now, it only has 4, 2 in C++, and 2 in Python.


Comment below if you have an error message. If it's in C++ or Python, just give me it's name, and I'll do the rest. If it's in another language, formatting it would be great!

For example, like this:

ey squid, me got one C++ error for you!

main.cpp:5:3: error: use of undeclared identifier 'cout'; did you mean 'std::cout'?

And yes, I'll credit you :)

Ignore the repl name

Answered by Bookie0 (3285) [earned 5 cycles]
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Bookie0 (3285)

Here are 100 errors, by coder100:
Hope these will help you! =)

Bookie0 (3285)


mark this answer as the correct one plz if it helped you! =)


DynamicSquid (2673)

@Bookie0 oh, I'm still waiting for some more answers :)

Bookie0 (3285)

Lol thanks for selecting my answer! =) @DynamicSquid

NarwhalFanatic (22)

Is bash like python?
Edit: nvm just googled it

CodeLongAndPros (963)

Unexpected 304 on line 34
Yes, a real error.
No, 304 is not 3 chars.

DynamicSquid (2673)

@CodeLongAndPros jK AGDKUYGBSJbm JH BK JUIUKGB I hate it when it happens!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

However I think it's actually the header file that has the error. Like if you're using std::vector, and you get that error message, I think the error is actually within the #include <vector> header...

codedragon2 (9)

you need to add what they mean

DynamicSquid (2673)

@codedragon2 umm... the errors themselves say what they mean lol. but it's more like a museum instead of like a reference