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JavaScript Statement Reference

Statements (somtimes called constructs or commands), are used to manipulate data and objects to achieve the programming goal (such as swapping an image, filling in a text box, etc.).

Statements can be broken down into two main categories: Conditional statements and Looping statements.

Conditional Statements

Conditional statements are used to branch the code based on the value of a variable of object property. For details, visit the Conditional Statements page.

Looping Statements

Looping statements are used to repeat a particular sequence of commands until given conditions are met. For more information, visit the Looping Statements page.