For those of us like me that omit semicolons for no apparent reason.
I'll stop omitting semicolons
A Call stack - a stack data structure that stores information about the active subroutines of a computer program.
Every time a function is called, the current context is stored on top of this stack. When a function returns, it removes the top context from the stack and uses that context to continue execution.
I am loving the book, I was really contemplating whether to read or not but after the first three chapters I'm positive that it is worth my time.
Thats it for Day 79
I'll be back tomorrow with more concepts learnt from the book