The keywords listing is provided for reference. Here, "keyword" is used loosely. For example, the "abstract" keyword is implemented as a function in the standard library and has no special meaning. Nonetheless, it is listed as a keyword because it represents a language feature. On the other hand, keywords like "do" have definitions that are present in the syntax of the language but again represent a language feature. This is the guiding rule for selection of keywords.

Reserved Keywords

Syntactically, there are no reserved keywords. For instance, "if" can be used like a variable.


if := (<Bool> condition, <Void -> T> t, <Void -> T> f) {
	return (condition ? t : f)();

The if keyword only has special meaning in the correct syntactic context.

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