Very very nice! I only wish I could ++ more than once.
I also very much like the use of an object to handle everything. And, if you use this as a Facade, then you get all sorts of reusability. To extend your idea just a little...
- Loop_control would be composed of:
- An error-handling object
- The object you're working on (like a network socket)
- The Strategy object you want to apply
All Loop_control would do would be the client. :-)
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