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I want to know the answer for my question please respond......

What I have tried:

I have tried nothing I just have a doubt I want to clarify
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Updated 10-Jan-20 4:07am
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Patrice T 10-Jan-20 9:29am
   
This is not a question.

Neither. Logical errors are determined by testing, peer review, proof reading.
   
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CPallini 10-Jan-20 10:02am
   
5.
OriginalGriff 10-Jan-20 10:02am
   
:thumbsup:
jeron1 10-Jan-20 10:21am
   
Truth! +5
To add to what Chill60 says, there is only one C++ interpreter IIRC, and frankly, that couldn't indicate a logical error in anything. It has enough trouble with running code ...
   
From Logic error - Wikipedia[^] :
Unlike a program with a syntax error, a program with a logic error is a valid program in the language.
So, neither the compiler nor the intepreter can spot it, as already stated by CHill60.
   

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