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--- Comment #1 from Andrej Mitrovic <> 2010-08-29 
10:50:43 PDT ---
assert(0) is special. It's not meant for debugging, it's meant as a "this piece
of code should never have been reached, shut down the application", at least in
release mode.

>From TDPL:

"In non-release mode, assert(false) does not do anything special, it just
throws an AssertError exception"

"In release mode assert(false) will always cause a program to stop. There will
be no exception, the program will crash by executing the HLT instruction"

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