Statement may refer to:

  • A kind of Expression (language) in language (linguistics)
  • Statement (logic), declarative sentence that is either true or false
  • Statement (computer science), the smallest standalone element of an imperative programming language
  • "Statement" (song), 2008 song by the Japanese band Boris
  • Statements (album), 1962 album by jazz vibraphonist Milt Jackson
  • Financial statements, formal records of the financial activities of a business, person, or other entity
  • Mathematical statement, a statement in logic and mathematics
  • Political statement, any act or nonverbal form of communication that is intended to influence a decision to be made for or by a group
  • Press statement, written or recorded communication directed at members of the news media
  • Statement of Special Educational Needs, outlining specific provision needed for a child in England
  • a paper size also known as organizer L or half letter

Other articles related to "statement, statements":

C Syntax - Control Structures - Iteration Statements
... C has three forms of iteration statement do while ( ) while ( ) for ( ) In the while and do statements, the substatement is executed repeatedly so long as the value of the expression remains nonzero ... the expression, occurs before each execution of the statement with do, the test follows each iteration ... Thus, a do statement always executes its substatement at least once, whereas while may not execute the substatement at all ...
C Syntax - Control Structures - Jump Statements
... Jump statements transfer control unconditionally ... There are four types of jump statements in C goto, continue, break, and return ... The goto statement looks like this goto The identifier must be a label (followed by a colon) located in the current function ...
Chicago Statement On Biblical Inerrancy
... The Chicago Statement on Biblical Inerrancy was formulated in October 1978 by more than 200 evangelical leaders at a conference sponsored by the International Council on Biblical ... The statement was designed to defend the position of Biblical inerrancy against a perceived trend toward liberal conceptions of Scripture ... Leading inerrantists regard the Chicago Statement as a very thorough statement of what they mean by "inerrancy" ...

Famous quotes containing the word statement:

    Truth is that concordance of an abstract statement with the ideal limit towards which endless investigation would tend to bring scientific belief, which concordance the abstract statement may possess by virtue of the confession of its inaccuracy and one-sidedness, and this confession is an essential ingredient of truth.
    Charles Sanders Peirce (1839–1914)

    The most distinct and beautiful statement of any truth must take at last the mathematical form.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    After the first powerful plain manifesto
    The black statement of pistons, without more fuss
    But gliding like a queen, she leaves the station.
    Stephen Spender (1909–1995)