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Since your theories are in direct conflict with my real world experience

I've seen this problem happen in production with actual clients.

Since I started writing JavaScript, back from 1996

...ok. I'll leave you to your mental masturbation. We were talking about language implementations of semicolons, not how old you are.

For anyone that reads this thread: Know the language's implementation and consequences. It's a reasonable thing to expect you to know, and it might come up in an interview. Personal opinions don't matter much if you're asking for the answer to 1 + 1. Toolset iterates constantly and tools disappear sooner rather than later - it's JavaScript that stays. Learn from first principles.

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