Reserved Words

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Reserved Words

Reserved Words

JavaScript has a number of "reserved words", or words that have special meaning in the language. You should avoid using these words in your code except when using them with their intended meaning. Note that some of them are truly reserved, they are not currently implemented in the language.

abstract        boolean         break
byte            case            catch
char            class           const
continue        debugger        default
delete          do              double
else            enum            export
extends         final           finally
float           for             function
goto            if              implements
import          in              instanceof
int             interface       long
native          new             package
private         protected       public
return          short           static
super           switch          synchronized
this            throw           throws
transient       try             typeof
var             void            volatile
while           with
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