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LPC if fairly similar to the language C, although some differences exist. As the experienced coder will find, it basically is a bit simplified with some new convenient types added and a set of functions to handle those types. Some inconsistencies exist but they are not serious enough to cause any problems as long as you are aware of them.
1.2.1 Comments How to put comments in code 1.2.2 Data types The LPC data types 1.2.3 Variable declarations How to declare variables 1.2.4 Function declarations How to declare functions 1.2.5 Statements and Expressions The statement and expression concept 1.2.6 Scope and prototypes The scope and function prototype concept 1.2.7 Operator expressions Operator expressions explained 1.2.8 Prefix allocation The special prefix allocation statement 1.2.9 Conditionals The conditional statement type 1.2.10 Precedence and Order of evalutaion Precedence and order of evaluation 1.2.11 Loop statements How to write loops in LPC 1.2.12 The break and continue statement The break and continue statements 1.2.13 Arrays and Mappings The special LPC types explained in more detail