Conformance checkers are not required to recover from parse errors.
For example, let's consider the code: /* So by using = sign we're actualy taking the current value of a variable and we add a new value to it, instead of just replacing it.
The second example could be written like this aswell, if it's a bit easier to understand: */ Same thing applies to string values aswell; plus equal sign takes the current value of the variable and then add the other value at the end, instead of just replacing the previous value of a variable (it's a process known as concatenation, when combining more strings together).
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