Chapter 5. Statements
One way to “make something happen” is to evaluate an expression that has side effects. Expressions with side effects, such as assignments and function invocations, can stand alone as statements, and when used this way are known as expression statements. A similar category of statements are the declaration statements that declare new variables and define new functions.
forthat execute other statements repetitively
throwthat cause the interpreter to jump to another part of the program
The sections that follow describe ...