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Statements are much like they are in any modern programming language. They encapsulate a single bit of programmatic ‘action’, be it a procedure call or a loop. They are terminated by semicolons for single statements, and can be grouped using a pair of curly braces.
a = 1;
Comments are a staple of good programming, and Rapture would be lacking without it’s own. Comments in Rapture are multi-line style with a “(*” beginning a block of comment text and “*)” terminating one. It should be noted that comments are nestable, unlike those in C. Let’s see an example:
(* This is a comment *)
There are currently no single-line comment types (though this is likely to change in a future release of Rapture).