GOTO w/ Python?
johnroth at ameritech.net
Fri Jun 21 00:11:12 CEST 2002
"Martijn Faassen" <m.faassen at vet.uu.nl> wrote in message
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> John Roth <johnroth at ameritech.net> wrote:
> > There's no equivalent of a goto command in Python, for good reason,
> > which I won't repeat here. Prof. Djikstra did it very well in 1974,
> > in his letter "Goto Considered Harmful."
> The good old Djikstra! You know, some years ago in another newsgroup I
> so many posts referring to some computer scientist called 'Djikstra',
> started to doubt myself and had to confirm that he really is called
> Now I realize that there is a Djikstra, and a Dijkstra as well.
> is an evil clone of Dijkstra, which the Python Secret Underground is
> keeping on ice in case they need any evil clones.
Given the Professor's reputation as somewhat of a
curmudgeon, wouldn't that be an identity function?
Sorry about the misspelling.
> History of the 20th Century: WW1, WW2, WW3?
> No, WWW -- Could we be going in the right direction?
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