I'm refactoring old code and I use Enumerable.each() wherever
possible. I've came to problem like this:

function checkSomething (arr)
    for (i=0 ; i < arr.length ; i++) {
        var c = arr[i];
        if (c == 15) return true;
    return false;

My question is can I do "short-circuit" return from inside
each( function (c) {...} ) ? When I do return it's just like old throw
$continue and it's not what I mean.

Tomasz Kalkosiński

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