Exception feature creep! (was: re-entering in the normal flow after an exception is raised)

gabriele renzi rff_rff at remove-yahoo.it
Sat Oct 2 10:16:01 CEST 2004


Michele Simionato ha scritto:


> Nevertheless, it is possible that if we had resumable exceptions we 
> could use them as a control flow structure in non-exceptional situations.
> One could speculate about the idea ...
> 

I have the feeling I don't have an use for resumable exceptions mainly 
because I was never exposed to the them.
Kind of a blub paradox.



I wonder if StacklessPython can handle this.
Resumable Exceptions are really easy to do if you can grab the current 
continuation, but I seem to remember conts were banned from the 
stackless world.



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