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The start and end of code block statements, with the exception of [[ Code_Block_Delimiter | code block delimiter ]].
 
The start and end of code block statements, with the exception of [[ Code_Block_Delimiter | code block delimiter ]].
  
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<nwscript>
 
   
 
   
  <font color="#0000ff">int</font> bCondition = <font color="#0000ff">TRUE</font>; <font color="#007f00">// single line statement
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  int bCondition = TRUE; // single line statement
  </font><font color="#0000ff">if</font> (bCondition)
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  if (bCondition)
       PrintString(<font color="#00007f">"bCondition is TRUE."</font>); <font color="#007f00">// multiline statement
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       PrintString("bCondition is TRUE."); // multiline statement
  </font><font color="#007f00">// below should be handled with "else if" instead
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  // below should be handled with "else if" instead
  </font><font color="#0000ff">if</font> (!bCondition)
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  if (!bCondition)
 
  {
 
  {
       <font color="#007f00">// multiple statements in a code block
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       // multiple statements in a code block
</font>    PrintString(<font color="#00007f">"bCondition is FALSE."</font>);
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      PrintString("bCondition is FALSE.");
       bCondition = <font color="#0000ff">TRUE</font>;
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       bCondition = TRUE;
 
  }
 
  }
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</nwscript>
  
 
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Revision as of 21:57, 25 August 2012

Semicolon

Semicolons are used to end a logical line in a statement. A logical line is called logical because it can span across multiple real lines to increase readability.


The start and end of code block statements, with the exception of code block delimiter .

 
 int bCondition = TRUE; // single line statement
 if (bCondition)
      PrintString("bCondition is TRUE."); // multiline statement
 // below should be handled with "else if" instead
 if (!bCondition)
 {
      // multiple statements in a code block
      PrintString("bCondition is FALSE.");
      bCondition = TRUE;
 }




 author: Charles Feduke, editor: Jasperre, additional contributor(s): Ryan Hunt, Frank Succardi, Heikki