Some code can compile with warning but still run. (...) Compile with warnings only, (might run)
This is wrong. Or at least misleading. It should be "All code that compiled with warning will still run." A compile with warning is still a successfull compile, and the code will run. Compilation with a warning is for example when you use generic classes non-generically:
You can compile and run this code. Compiler warnings are NO compiler failures. They only want to indicate that there might be an exception at runtime
all events occur in real time
When all four tires fall off your canoe, how many tiny ads does it take to build a doghouse?