Robert Cummings wrote:
> On Wed, 2009-05-06 at 12:56 +0200, Marcus Gnaß wrote:
>> Tom Worster wrote:
>>> there's a control structure i wish php had: a simple block that you can
>>> break out of, e.g.
>> As Maarten pointed out you could use a function. Another alternative is
>> to use Exceptions which might be the most proper way to do it.
> That seems like an abuse of exceptions. But then we're already abusing
> loops. I just don't think one could say it's the proper way to do it :)
> Cheers,
> Rob.

Why do you think it's an abuse of exceptions? If I have a block of code
which I expect to run from the beginning to the end and I discover a
situation wher its not appropriate to continue this block of code I is
what I would call an exception. Exception don't have to be errors or
such. It's just a special situation ...


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