Differenet types of errors in JS

Syntax error
The error occurs when you use a predefined syntax incorrectly.

Reference Error
In a case where a variable reference can’t be found or hasn’t been declared, then a Reference error occurs.

Type Error
An error occurs when a value is used outside the scope of its data type.

There is an error when a range of expected values is required

URI Error
When the wrong character(s) are used in a URI function, the error is called.

This error occurs internally in the JS engine, especially when it has too much data to handle and the stack grows way over its critical limit.

Evaluation Error
Current JavaScript engines and EcmaScript specifications do not throw this error. However, it is still available for backward compatibility. The error is called when the eval() backward function is used.



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