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SubjectRe: question on common error-handling idiom
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On Tuesday 02 November 2004 14:58, Jan Engelhardt wrote:

> So to summarize, it's done to reduce code whilst keeping the error code
> around until we actually leave the function.
>
I understand what you're saying, the OP did raise a point that I think is
worth repeating, that it's an extra instruction in all but error cases. Is
that extra instruction worth the tradeoff?

--Russell

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> My € 0.02!
>
>
> Jan Engelhardt

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