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Re^5: cross scope gotos?

by ikegami (Pope)
on Apr 06, 2010 at 16:36 UTC ( #833068=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re^4: cross scope gotos?
in thread cross scope gotos?

Counter-example:

perl -le"goto loop; $x=0; if( $x ){ for(;;){ loop: print 'hi' } }"

Update: Ah, you did say foreach

>perl -le"goto loop; $x=0; if( $x ){ for(1){ loop: print 'hi' } }" Can't "goto" into the middle of a foreach loop at -e line 1.

Mind you, it's not really related to stack frames. Any required frame is created by goto. Since it's an explicit check for OP_ENTERITER, it appears more of a question of there not being any sensible way of initialising the iterator of the iterated loop into which you are jumping.

/* push wanted frames */ if (*enterops && enterops[1]) { OP * const oldop = PL_op; ix = enterops[1]->op_type == OP_ENTER && in_block ? 2 : 1; for (; enterops[ix]; ix++) { PL_op = enterops[ix]; /* Eventually we may want to stack the needed arguments * for each op. For now, we punt on the hard ones. */ if (PL_op->op_type == OP_ENTERITER) DIE(aTHX_ "Can't \"goto\" into the middle of a foreach loo +p"); CALL_FPTR(PL_op->op_ppaddr)(aTHX); } PL_op = oldop; }

Update: Improved phrasing of last paragraph and added supporting code.


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Re^6: cross scope gotos?
by LanX (Canon) on Apr 06, 2010 at 21:12 UTC
    Well I don't know anymore where I read the word "frame" in connection with foreach-loops.

    The glossary of the docs is often far too fuzzy to justify a long discussion...

    Anyway grepping through the docs produced

    perldiag.pod: (P) The foreach iterator got called in a non-loop context frame.

    (I didn't say "call frame")

    But the C code is quite hard for me too understand without more conceptual basics... which are fuzzy ...

    Cheers Rolf

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