Simple Statement and Block of Statements

    All statements can be divided into two groups:

    • Simple statement is an expression terminated by a semicolon.

      For example:

      integer MyVariable;
    • Block of statements is a series of simple statements (each of them is terminated by a semicolon). The statements in a block can follow each other in one line or they can be written in more lines. They are surrounded by curled braces. No semicolon is used after the closing curled brace.

      For example:

      while (MyInteger<100) {
        Sum = Sum + MyInteger;