19. Operations separator

In most programming languages semicolon is separating statements.
It has the same meaning in nexl expressions allowing to evaluate independent statements in a single expression.

Let's say we have the following JavaScript file:
fruits = ['Mango', 'Banana', 'MILK'];

person = {
    name: 'John',
    fruits: '${fruits}'

Here we need to remove a 'Milk' string from the fruits array and then to resolve a person object which contains a reference to the fruits array.
I.e. we need to perform 2 independent actions in a single expression.

The following expression does that:

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