Quick background: There’s a programming language is called Lisp. Scheme is a dialect of Lisp made in the ’70s. When you type something into Scheme that causes an error, it might say “error: no argument” or something like that.
Well, that’s what it should do…as in:
Although, instead it might say:
I don’t know what an “argumenent” is, but I’d say that’s the real error ;-)
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