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>At 06:54 PM 3/19/98 -0600, Randy Brukardt wrote:
>>I think of a block more or less like an if statement, and I don't think in
>>terms of "exiting" such things.  (Loops are special; you have to break the
>>iteration somehow, or you go on forever.)  What you're thinking of is more
>>like "return" to me, but calling it that wouldn't be possible.
>>
But of course, you can replace the block with an (inlined) procedure call, in which you are perfectly allowed to put a "return"...
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