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it doesnt support destructors
That depends on the language, and in part on the compiler. A good compiler can find lots of different errors, for example:A variable that is used before being declared. Type incompatibility.A variable is used that hasn't been assigned a value before. (This would mean that any garbage that happened to be at that position in memory would be used, instead of using a known value.)A variable is assigned a value, but that variable is never used. This would usually be only a warning - nothing bad would happen, but some lines in your program would be superfluous.Array out of bounds - for example, an array has 5 elements, numbered 0-4, and you are trying to access element #5, or element # minus 1.A mismatch between open and close parentheses, braces, if/endif, etc.A function or method has been declared to return a certain data type, but in the return statement you return a different data type - or no data at all. And many more. If you do some programming, you will soon see the compiler catching all kinds of mistakes.
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because it doesnt
no it doesnt
no that doesn't support sim card.
no it doesnt
static, he doesnt change
Static secondary character
she doesnt support it
she doesnt act in new moon
because he doesnt have the women he loves with him.
He doesnt support Michael wick he supports Arsenal since he is English!