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A statement is a line of code that is terminated by a semicolon. All statements in a program are separated from one another by semicolons (the compiler ignores whitespace). These rules make up LSL syntax.

integer answer = 42;

llSay(0,"The answer to life, the universe and everything: " + (string)answer);
The first and third line of this example are statements.

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