On 8/30/06, Jonathan Lang <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
Joe Gottman wrote: > Since a FIRST block gets called at loop initialization time, it seems to me > that it would be useful to have a block closure trait, RESUME, that gets > called at the beginning of every loop iteration except the first. Thus, at > the beginning of each loop iteration either FIRST or RESUME but not both > would get called. Other possible names for this block include REENTER, > SUBSEQUENT, or NOTFIRST. So RESUME would be to FIRST as NEXT is to LAST?
It's like the SATs all over again... Sage