Any expression followed by a semicolon (;) is the operator. Here are some examples of expression operators.
Identifier = expression;
Assignment operator can be used many times in an expression. In this case, the expression is processed from left to right:
Function Calling Operator
Function_name (argument1,..., argumentN);
Consists only of a semicolon (;) and is used to denote an empty body of a control operator.
Initialization of Variables, Visibility Scope and Lifetime of Variables, Creating and Deleting Objects