3. Type Errors: Type errors occur when you try to perform an operation on a value of the wrong type. For example, if you try to concatenate a string and a number, a type error will occur. To fix type errors, ensure that you are using the correct data types and convert values if necessary.
4. Null or Undefined Reference: This error occurs when you try to access a property or method of an object that is null or undefined. To fix this error, check if the object exists before accessing its properties or methods. You can use conditional statements or the nullish coalescing operator (??) to handle null or undefined values.
1. Code Reviews: Conducting code reviews can help catch potential errors before they occur. Have another developer review your code to identify any syntax errors, undefined variables, or other issues. A fresh pair of eyes can often spot mistakes that you might have missed.