Author: szabgab
Date: 2009-04-29 15:37:10 +0200 (Wed, 29 Apr 2009)
New Revision: 26554

add some X<> tags

Modified: docs/Perl6/Spec/S04-control.pod
--- docs/Perl6/Spec/S04-control.pod     2009-04-29 13:24:50 UTC (rev 26553)
+++ docs/Perl6/Spec/S04-control.pod     2009-04-29 13:37:10 UTC (rev 26554)
@@ -298,6 +298,7 @@
 a return type of C<Void>.
 =head2 The C<while> and C<until> statements
 The C<while> and C<until> statements work as in Perl 5, except that you
 may leave out the parentheses around the conditional:
@@ -323,6 +324,7 @@
 In particular, we now generally use C<for> to iterate filehandles.
 =head2 The C<repeat> statement
 Unlike in Perl 5, applying a statement modifier to a C<do> block is
 specifically disallowed:
@@ -391,6 +393,7 @@
 bound parameter will be undefined that first time through the loop.
 =head2 The general loop statement
 The C<loop> statement is the C-style C<for> loop in disguise:
@@ -409,6 +412,7 @@
     loop (;;) {...}
 =head2 The C<for> statement
 There is no C<foreach> statement any more. It's always spelled C<for>
 in Perl 6, so it always takes a list as an argument:
@@ -690,6 +694,7 @@
 but they may easily be applied to a normal loop.
 =head1 Switch statements
 A switch statement is a means of topicalizing, so the switch keyword
 is the English topicalizer, C<given>.  The keyword for individual
@@ -783,6 +788,7 @@
     doit() if $_ ~~ 42;
 =head1 Exception handlers
 Unlike many other languages, Perl 6 specifies exception handlers by
 placing a C<CATCH> block I<within> that block that is having its exceptions
@@ -938,6 +944,7 @@
 function most of the time.
 =head1 The goto statement
 In addition to C<next>, C<last>, and C<redo>, Perl 6 also supports
 C<goto>.  As with ordinary loop controls, the label is searched for

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