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Part: I Core JavaScript > JavaScript Syntax

Chapter 13. JavaScript Syntax

In elementary school, they teach you about punctuation: how to use periods, commas, question marks, quote marks, and so on correctly. In JavaScript, you also have to learn about punctuation, but in a different style. Punctuation in JavaScript is less forgiving, however. A typographical error in JavaScript means an exception, often of the kind which occurs before any code executes. It's therefore important to use punctuation correctly in JavaScript.

In this chapter, I'm going to cover several elements of the syntax behind JavaScript. A few of these you will have seen in earlier chapters. Sometimes, I'll be able to offer advice on ensuring correct counts of these characters.


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