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Tucker Taft <[log in to unmask]>
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Tucker Taft <[log in to unmask]>
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Thu, 19 Mar 1998 19:43:52 -0500
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> >While we're in the same general area, why wasn't the exit statement
> >permitted to exit a block statement?
>
> Having spent a lot of effort to get this to work, I can assure that there
> is no such limitation in Ada 83 or in Ada 95.

I think you may have misinterpreted the question.

I suspect the question was why can't you use "exit foo;" to go to
the statement immediately following the end of the enclosing block
named foo, since blocks can have labels just like loops?

I.e., why is "exit" only defined for loops?

> ...
>                                 Randy.
>

-Tuck

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