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Crockford semicolon

Crockford semicolon
Crockford semicolon Each line should contain at most one statement. Put a ; semicolon at the end of every statement that does not end with a {block}. Note that an assignment statement that is assigning a function literal or object literal is still an assignment statement and must end with a semicolon . JavaScript allows any expression to be used as a statement.

Code Conventions for the JavaScript ... - Crockford

Each line should contain at most one statement. Put a ; semicolon at the end of every statement that does not end with a {block}. Note that an assignment statement that is assigning a function literal or object literal is still an assignment statement and must end with a semicolon . JavaScript allows any expression to be used as a statement.

https://www.crockford.com /code.html

Crockford on Bootstrap's semicolon omission - 'insanely ...

Right. And even if the dev inserted the semicolon in your last example, JS still interprets it in a wrong way: return { // some large JS object (still won't be returned) }; The solution isn't " semicolons everywhere", it's to learn the rules for semicolon insertion by heart, and see if they apply in each particular case.

https://www.reddit.com /r/programming/comments/sag8p/crockford_on_bootstraps_semicolon_omission/

javascript - Justifying Crockford claims - Stack Overflow

The disambiguation is done by the semicolon . Usually I find the 'can mask errors' part of Crockford's explanations to be rather broad and vague, but semicolon insertion is really one area where I can agree wholeheartedly. It's easier to use explicit semicolons after every statement than risk narrowing the dangerous waters of semicolon insertion.

https://stackoverflow.com /questions/6950636/justifying-crockford-claims

understanding crockford's function that returns a function ...

Crockford semicolon . Right. And even if the dev inserted the semicolon in your last example, JS still interprets it in a wrong way: return { // some large JS object (still won't be returned) }; The solution isn't " semicolons everywhere", it's to learn the rules for semicolon insertion by heart, and see if they apply in each particular case.

https://www.xspdf.com /resolution/31323780.html

Crockford on Bootstrap's semicolon omission: "insanely ...

Crockford is the developer of JSMin, and was explicitly dragged into the conversation because people claim (possibly correctly) that it is a bug in JSMin than when it is given code with semi-colons that are missing in places that the JavaScript specification claims are optional (possibly also stupidly), it generates output that is not semantically equivalent to the original code.

https://news.ycombinator.com /item?id=3842713

javascript - Why use semicolon ? - Stack Overflow

As Douglas Crockford suggests - Put a ; ( semicolon ) at the end of every simple statement. Note that an assignment statement which is assigning a function literal or object literal is still an assignment statement and must end with a semicolon .

https://stackoverflow.com /questions/2399935/why-use-semicolon

The infernal semicolon - Brendan Eich

relies on Automatic Semicolon Insertion (ASI) and so cannot be minified except by parsing fully (including ASI), observing the significance of the newline after clearMenus (), and inserting a semicolon when stripping that newline. Some argue that JSMin has a bug. Doug Crockford does not want to change JSMin, and that's his choice.

https://brendaneich.com /2012/04/the-infernal-semicolon/

Douglas Crockford's JavaScript

JavaScript. Actual JavaScript Engine Performance . JavaScript: The Wrrrld's Most Misunderstood Programming Language. The World's Most Misunderstood Programming Language Has Become the World's Most Popular Programming Language

javascript.crockford.com /code.html

JS: Semicolon Rules - Xah Lee

There are 2 schools of thought on semicolon . The old school, recommend to add semicolons . The new school, becoming more popular after 2015, recommend omitting semicolons . ... JavaScript semicolon war, 2012, Douglass Crockford vs fat (twitter engineer) [JS: the Good Parts 2008-07-17 By Douglas Crockford .

xahlee.info /js/js_semicolon.html

How do you feel about braces and semicolons ? - DEV Community

Braces and no semicolons can also cite JavaScript, because of the magic of JavaScript's automatic semicolon insertion. The flamewar between Crockford's SEMICOLONS , DAMMIT! camp, versus Eich's SEMICOLONS ARE UNNECESSARY camp will go down in the annals of history along side tabs-vs-spaces and emacs-vs-vi and curly-brace-indentation holy wars.

https://dev.to /17cupsofcoffee/how-do-you-feel-about-braces-and-semicolons-2bpc

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