We are now going to deal with how languages have allowed checking for errors and runtime problems in order to deal with and deal with them before they occur, which is part of the fine-tuning since all must be tested and checked if all the necessary measures are taken.

I will start by saying that neither machine language, nor assembler, nor languages for development of systems "glued to the hardware" such as the C language, generally do not have syntactic constructions to evaluate problems automatically at runtime, although they do have many Libraries and programming tools that do allow it, since in many cases they can be "extended" in compilation to add functionalities that are not normally present.

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