I know that we may separate statements by means of
then (not only) if they are on the same line.
But not always there is this logical consequence which is implied by this word, like in
set x to 0 then set y to 0 then set z to 0
If we would have an alternative (e.g.,
;) the above code would actually become more readable:
set x to 0; set y to 0; set z to 0
FWIW, you can put statements on the same line without any separator:
set x to 0 set y to 0 set z to 0 log x + y + z
I added some additional whitespace for readability.
We've resisted adding a semicolon terminator for a while because
A dot statement terminator would be nice, but it would conflict with lots of things.
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