In article <6cao79$...@epic7.Stanford.EDU>,
Ian Burrell <iburr...@leland.Stanford.EDU> wrote:It can easily be done without goto's, using only "structured
>However, there is a big difference betweens nicely structured
constructs". Admittedly nobody calls this well-structured code ;)
i = 1;
The point being that you can mess up source code multiple ways, and
Yes, goto's can result in worse code. But goto's can result in better
The fact is that bad programmers generate bad code, regardless of
You can create a better _simple_ compiler if your language does not have
Goto's are often very useful for error cases, or odd cases that aren't
So people, please don't vilify the poor goto, nor make it anything more
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