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Summary

The three basic structures of sequence, branch, and loop are well represented in the rich assortment of statements in JavaScript. Knowing how and when to use the different structures and the set of statements that create the structures along with the operators and expressions makes up the heart of any language and certainly JavaScript. Throughout the remainder of the book, the set of statements discussed in this chapter and the operators from the previous chapter are used repeatedly. All of the objects and functions, other than those that are built into JavaScript, employ different combinations of statements and operators discussed up to this point. In the next chapter on functions, the bulk of the discussion is centered on how to use statements to create different functions using the operators and expressions discussed up to this point.


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