The process behind this parse error is called in English the "parse error", which consists of dividing large data packets into smaller parts so that the device can use them . Before you can install applications or software, a series of? Analyzers? Specialists must divide the data packet of said applications into smaller information units in order to be able to send the execution order to the processor, since the operating systems cannot recognize the data packets. If an operating system like Android does not receive explicit instructions on how to proceed with a certain package, it will not be able to use the data. Once the packets have been divided into smaller units, the analyzers evaluate this information and assign meaning to it. Thus, it can be said that the division process determines in a certain way the understanding process of a computer . Here's an illustrative example:
In principle, a computer cannot interpret the equation 31 x 53 + (2?). Therefore, to know what operations to perform, analyzers must first isolate each of the different terms in the equation :
Now, meaning can be more easily assigned to the various components, so that analyzers can verify the structure of the equation and deduce its meaning so that the processor understands that? X? and? +? they are mathematical operators.
Similarly, although considerably more complex, the analysis processes carried out by the Android operating system work when the user downloads a data package and tries to install it. What happens then exactly and why can errors occur?