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JavaScript Reserved Words

摘自:《JavaScript Visual QuickStart Guide (8th Edition)》。

Reversed words are words that have special meaning to JavaScript. Therefore, they cannot be used as variable or function names.

ECMAScript Edition 3 Reserved Words

These words are part of the JavaScript language as of ES3.

  • break
  • case
  • catch
  • continue
  • default
  • delete
  • do
  • else
  • finally
  • for
  • function
  • if
  • in
  • instanceof
  • new
  • return
  • switch
  • this
  • throw
  • try
  • typeof
  • var
  • void
  • while
  • with

ES3 Future Reserved Words

  • abstract
  • boolean
  • byte
  • char
  • class
  • const
  • debugger
  • double
  • enum
  • export
  • extends
  • final
  • float
  • goto
  • implements
  • import
  • int
  • interface
  • long
  • native
  • package
  • private
  • protected
  • public
  • short
  • static
  • super
  • synchronized
  • throws
  • transient
  • volatile

ECMAScript Edition 5 Reserved Words

This is ES5's list of reserved words. It's similar to that of ES3, but given that browsers primarily suppot ES3, we recommend that you keep both lists in mind.

  • break
  • case
  • catch
  • continue
  • debugger
  • default
  • delete
  • do
  • else
  • finally
  • for
  • function
  • if
  • in
  • instanceof
  • new
  • return
  • switch
  • this
  • throw
  • try
  • typeof
  • var
  • void
  • while
  • with

ES5 Future Reserved Words

  • class
  • const
  • enum
  • export
  • extends
  • implements
  • import
  • interface
  • let
  • package
  • private
  • protected
  • public
  • static
  • super
  • yield

Oter identifiers to avoid

These (along with the object names) aren't officially reserved, but as they are (or may be) part of the JavaScript language, you shouldn't use them as function or variable names. If you do, abandon all hope; the results will be unpredictable.In addition, most browsers are case-sensitive, which means that they differentiate between Document and document. Internet Explorer is only sometimes case-sensitive, which means that, for example, it may not understand any difference etween Document and document. Consequently, be aware that just because it works in one browser doesn't mean tha it'll always work in others. Test, test, test.

  • abstract
  • arguments
  • Array
  • Boolean
  • byte
  • call
  • cast
  • char
  • Date
  • decimal
  • decodeURI
  • decodeURIComponent
  • double
  • dynamic
  • each
  • encodeURI
  • encodeURICompnent
  • Error
  • eval
  • EvalError
  • false
  • final
  • float
  • Function
  • generator
  • get
  • goto
  • has
  • include
  • Infinity
  • int
  • internal
  • intrinsic
  • is
  • isFinite
  • isNaN
  • JSON
  • like
  • long
  • Math
  • namespace
  • NaN
  • native
  • null
  • Number
  • Object
  • override
  • parseFloat
  • parseInt
  • precision
  • prototype
  • RangeError
  • ReferenceError
  • RegExp
  • rounding
  • set
  • short
  • standard
  • strict
  • String
  • synchronized
  • SyntaxError
  • throws
  • to
  • transient
  • true
  • type
  • TypeError
  • uint
  • undefined
  • URIError
  • use
  • volatile
  • xml
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