At 17:31 21/06/00, Noel Carroll wrote:
>Definite case in point. To do this otherwise would require very bold
>illegible code and excessive instruction execution cycles. Usually though
>waiting on resources is usually covered by an OS API so you should be using
>that instead of writing your own.
What about when you want to do a mixture of mallocs, file/db opens, you're
using the API but you still have to do exactly the same type of stuff and
it's nicely handled by gotos. They're not just for low level stuff,
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