evaluates the expri in turn, giving the last one as the result.
- CompoundExpression evaluates its arguments in a sequence corresponding to the control flow.
- The returned value can be the result of Return[expr].
- The evaluation of the expri can be affected by Return, Throw, and Goto.
- expr1;expr2; returns value Null. If it is given as input, the resulting output will not be printed. Out[n] will nevertheless be assigned to be the value of expr2.
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Introduced in 1988