The JS++ Language Reference provides documentation for all of the language keywords, statements, and expressions that are built into the language itself.

  • Expressions

    An expression is a unit of code that evaluates to a value.

  • Modifiers

    Modifiers are used to change the semantics of a statement or member.

  • Statements

    Statements are a single instruction. A statement is the smallest standalone unit of execution. JS++ programs are composed of statements. JS++ statements consist of keyword(s) and their respective syntax. Statements are terminated with semicolons except for declarations (e.g. class and interface declarations) and blocks.

  • Types

    A type is a classification for data such as integers and Booleans. Types determine the possible values for the data, the meaning of the data, and the permitted operations on the data.


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