Definition of Semantic error
1. Noun. An error in logic or arithmetic that must be detected at run time.
Category relationships: Computer Science, Computing
Generic synonyms: Programming Error, Software Error
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Literary usage of Semantic error
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1. SAS 9.1.3 Language Reference: Concepts by SAS Institute (2005)
"... Log: semantic error (illegal reference to an array) cpu time 1 data _null_; ... The following is another example of a semantic error. In this DATA step, ..."
2. SAS(R) 9.1.3 Language Reference:: Dictionary, Fifth Edition, Volumes 1-4 by SAS Institute (2006)
"... for statements that are submitted within a non-interactive or batch SAS session. Details If a syntax or semantic error occurs in a DATA step after the ..."
3. SAS/OR(R) 9.1.2 User's Guide:: Mathematical Programming by SAS Institute, SAS Publishing, Trevor Kearney, Virginia Clark, Donna Sawyer (2004)
"... errors memory request failed input-output error error in the data error with PROC NETFLOW semantic error syntax error unknown error no optimization has ..."
4. Concrete Abstractions: An Introduction to Computer Science Using Scheme by Max Hailperin, Barbara Kaiser, Karl Knight (1999)
"Such an error is called a semantic error. The input to the movie query system was fairly easy to specify —it was a list of symbols —but the input to the ..."
5. Skilful Thinking by G. J. Rossouw, Craig MacKenzie (1994)
"1.4 The fallacy of ambiguity Some arguments err by making a semantic error (that is, they do not pay attention to the meanings of words). ..."