+<item id="missing-semicolons-at-the-end-of-blocks" h="Missing Semicolons at the end of blocks">
+The perl interpreter allows one to omit the last trailing semicolon (";") in
+the containing block. Like so:
+ call_routine() \# No semicolon here.
+However, this isn't a good idea, because it is inconsistent, and may cause
+errors (or obscure failures) if one-or-more statements are added afterwards.
+As a result, you should end every statement with a semicolon (";") even if
+it’s the last one. A possible exception to this may be single-line and/or
+single-statement blocks like in <pdoc_f f="map">map</pdoc_f>.