Print Hello World Without using a Semicolon in Java
Every statement in Java must end with a semicolon as per the basics. However, unlike other languages, almost all statements in Java can be treated as expressions. However, there are a few scenarios when we can write a running program without semicolons. If we place the statement inside an if/for statement with a blank pair of parentheses, we don’t have to end it with a semicolon. Also, calling a function that returns void will not work here as void functions are not expressions.
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