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When an empty statement is encountered, a JavaScript interpreter

A. Ignores the statement

B. Prompts to complete the statement

C. Throws an error

D. Throws an exception

Answer: Option A

Solution(By Examveda Team)

The JavaScript interpreter takes no action when it executes an empty statement. The empty statement is occasionally useful when you want to create a loop that has an empty body.

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