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JavaScript for C# Developers: 5. Curly Brace Formatting and the Implicit Semicolon

In C type languages, such as C, C++, Java and C#, whether the curly brace starts on the same line or on a new line is basically a matter of convention.

However in JavaScript it does make a difference due to a feature of JavaScript called the “implicit semicolon”, If a statement doesn’t end in a semicolon then JavaScript interpreters will add one.

 
Oct 27 2015

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