Richard Heyes wrote:

> Hi,
>> while(true){
> Yikes.
> Personally, I'd put the return value wherever it will make the code
> easier to read. If you're checking what has been passed as arguments,
> and one of them is wrong, I think there's little point in continuing,
> so an immediate return is the order of the day.

Well, I usually use that construct where I can have a number of
different error-conditions - e.g. if I have a sequence of socket
create, DNS lookup, bind, connect  etc. 


Per Jessen, Zürich (15.6°C)

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