Simple.  End each function call  with a semi-colon ;

Like this:

<body onload="someFunction();otherFunction();">

or, say, in a mouseover…

onMouseOver="someFunction();otherFunction();"

In JavaScript, the semi-colon is essentially an end-of-line marker.  Within reasonable limits, you can actually write a whole script inside of an event handler.

The same thing applies to the href="javascript:etc" structure.  For instance:

<a href="javascript:someFunction();otherFunction();">
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</a>

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