A semicolon is a colon with the bottom dot replaced with a comma.
In LSL, the semicolon indicates the end of a statement
. For example, in this code fragment, a semicolon indicates the end of the command.
llSay( 0, "Hello, Avatar!" );
Because a semicolon indicates the end of a statement, and not whitespace
, this means that you can have one statement on multiple lines. This is extremely useful for very long commands, such as llParticleSystem
( like this
Any decent modern programming language uses semicolons, or something equivalent, to indicate the end of a statement.