GOTO w/ Python?

Daniel Fackrell dfackrell at DELETETHIS.linuxmail.org
Mon Jun 24 16:47:14 CEST 2002


After skimming the linked page to get a feel for the CAME FROM statement, is
it conceptually different from short procedures?  Does the only difference
lie in the fact that for compiled languages one of the instances will be
inline?  I do understand that it would have some effect on variable scoping,
but this can be easily handled in other ways.

So what's the benefit that might outweigh the opacity of the code created?

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Daniel Fackrell (dfackrell at linuxmail.org)
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"Carl Banks" <imbosol at vt.edu> wrote in message
news:6v30fa.sm1.ln at grey.aerojockey.localdomain...
> Jerzy Karczmarczuk wrote:
> > (Oh, I adored that wonderful piece of programming madness, an "article"
> > where somebody proposed a new super-Fortran where GO TO was replaced by
> > CAME FROM statement, and the language had an inspiring non-deterministic
> > conditional:   If <<condition>> THEN WHAT?.
> > Any references, anybody?)
>
>
> http://www.fortran.com/fortran/come_from.html
>
>
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> CARL BANKS                                http://www.aerojockey.com
> "Nullum mihi placet tamquam provocatio magna.  Hoc ex eis non est."





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