From the April 2008 Issue of Prestwood eMag
 
JavaScript Language Reference:
JavaScript Reserved Words
 
Posted 3/19/2003 on 3/19/2003 and updated 11/7/2008
Take Away: JavaScript reserved words

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The following list of words are reserved by JavaScript. You should not be used as identifiers in programs. In other words, when naming your objects, variables, functions, etc., avoid using these reserved words. Some of these words are not actually used by JavaScript yet, but are reserved for future use.

abstractextendsintsuper
booleanfalseinterfaceswitch
breakfinallongsynchronized
bytefinallynativethis
casefloatnewthrow
catchfornullthrows
charfunctionpackagetransient
classgotoprivatetrue
constifprotectedtry
continueimplementspublicvar
defaultimportreturnval
doinshortwhile
doubleinstanceofstaticwith
else


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