Troubleshooting and Debugging

Sooner or later - in most cases, sooner - any programmer will encounter problems with his script: it does not behave as it should, or even produces error or crash messages. No reason to worry: most error messages occur during compiling the script file and indicate simple syntax errors. Something is mistyped, or a non existing file or object was referred to. The script file and line in question is given in the error message, allowing to easily correct the mistake. Under error messages you'll find a list of error messages, and under bugs you'll find some general hints what to do in the case of a crash, plus a complete list of Gamestudio bugs. However, how can you find script bugs that are not indicated through error messages?


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