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A keyword is a reserved word that has an inherent meaning to the compiler and thus cannot be used as an identifier within the language. Keywords often represent a language's possible reference values and statements. They are always written in lowercase, so in case-sensitive languages such as C versions of the same word that are not all lowercase can be used as identifiers.


Reference Values: - double

- int

- char

- string

- enum

- void

Statements: - break

- if / else

- for / foreach

- switch / case / default

- do / while

- return


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