In Java, there are a few characters that are used as separators. The most commonly used
separator in Java is the semicolon. As you have seen, it is used to terminate statements.
|Used to contain lists of parameters in method definition and invocation.Also used for defining precedence in expressions, containing expressions in control statements, and surrounding cast types.
|Used to contain the values of automatically initialized arrays. Also used to define a block of code, for classes, methods, and local scopes.
|Used to declare array types. Also used when dereferencing array values.
|Separates consecutive identifiers in a variable declaration. Also used to chain statements together inside a for statement.
|Used to separate package names from subpackages and classes. Also used to separate a variable or method from a reference variable.