I know there's legitimately more than one way to do things in
A couple months ago a veteran perler here posted his favorite
"eternal-block" control structure:
# do stuff
last if BREAK-CONDITION;
I thought this looked really, really cool. I've even used it
in a script I recently wrote. I was wondering, however, if it's
considered bad style to do "eternal loops" this way?
I really like it, and am likely to abandon the for(;;) construct
permanently in favor of the above idiom. Should I repent?
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