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An '''[[Error]]''' is what happens when a computer runsinto a problem and cannot complete the instructions it is given.
 
  
'''Error''' could also refer to:
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'''Error''' could refer to these seven topics:
  
== [[Scratch User Interface|Scratch Editor]] ==
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'''Scratch Editor'''
* [[Making Scratch Crash]] {{-}} methods of making Scratch crash
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* [[Scratch Bugs]] {{-}} bugs in the Scratch editor and program
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* [[Script Error]] {{-}} when a script tries to perform an impossible action, a Script Error occurs
* [[Script Error]] {{-}} when a script tried to perform an impossible action in Scratch 1.4, a Script Error occurs
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* [[Error (Scratch 2.0 program)]] {{-}} an error when a project failed to load in 2.0
* [[Error (2.0)]] {{-}} an error when a project failed to load in 2.0
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* [[Error (Scratch 3.0 program)]] {{-}} an error when a project fails to load in the current version of Scratch
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'''Scratch Website'''
  
== [[Scratch Website]] ==
 
 
* [[List of Post Errors]] {{-}} a list of errors that can occur if a forum post does not meet expectations
 
* [[List of Post Errors]] {{-}} a list of errors that can occur if a forum post does not meet expectations
 
* [[403 Error]] {{-}} an error if a restricted page was accessed by a [[Scratcher|user]]
 
* [[403 Error]] {{-}} an error if a restricted page was accessed by a [[Scratcher|user]]

Revision as of 17:08, 2 May 2020

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Error could refer to these seven topics:

Scratch Editor

Scratch Website

  • List of Post Errors — a list of errors that can occur if a forum post does not meet expectations
  • 403 Error — an error if a restricted page was accessed by a user
  • 404 Error — an error if a user tried to access a page or project that did not exist or was deleted
  • 500 Error — an error that is used if the Scratch server is experiencing errors
  • Maintenance Mode — a page used if Scratch Team is making changes to the website, in which only Scratch Team can see the website
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