Javascript - Expression


Javascript language expression:

An expression produces a value whereas a statement will not.

And therefore, expressions can be:

  • passed where a variable is expected such as as function argument, assignment etc …
  • or returned



JavaScript allows comma-separated expressions, which evaluate from left to right and return the value of their last subexpression:



see Javascript - Grouping Operator ()


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