godoy at ieee.org
Thu Mar 9 17:17:47 CET 2006
Duncan Booth <duncan.booth at invalid.invalid> writes:
>> Coming from a background that exposed me to far too many languages, I
>> find the latter two examples (i.e. use try/except) to be horrible
>> solutions. It's not a matter of light/heavy weight, it's a matter of
>> using exceptions for normal loop flow control is a really bad idea.
>> 1) I think it's less clear why the loop works
>> 2) The possibility (in more complicated examples) that this could mask
>> a real exception (if for example, your function
> I'm waiting for the end of that sentence...
While in the loop to mount the list, there was an exception thrown. I mean
raised. :-) ;-)
Jorge Godoy <godoy at ieee.org>
"Quidquid latine dictum sit, altum sonatur."
- Qualquer coisa dita em latim soa profundo.
- Anything said in Latin sounds smart.
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