Semicolons

The semicolon is optional when statements are followed by a line break.
The semicolon is required when you have two or more statements on the same line.
The semicolon is optional when you have a block containing a single statement.


Not After Round Brackets

In these examples JavaScript interprets the semicolon as an empty statement.
Any lines underneath will not belong to the condition statement.

if ( 0 === 1) 
for ( )
switch ( )


Inside For Loop

You do need to include semicolons after the first and second statements inside a for loop.

for ( var i = 0; i < 5; i++) 


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