Semicolons in C++

C++Object Oriented ProgrammingProgramming

According to the ISO C++ specifications, The lexical representation of C++ programs includes a number of preprocessing tokens which are used in the syntax of the preprocessor or are converted into tokens for operators and punctuators. The semicolon is a punctuator in C++.

A semicolon character is at the end of the following parts of a C++ grammar (not necessarily a complete list) −

  • an expression-statement
  • a do/while iteration-statement
  • the various jump-statements
  • the simple-declaration

These are all part of the C++ grammar. You can read more about these statements in the ISO C++ specification.

raja
Published on 15-Feb-2018 17:08:08
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