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SubjectRe: gotos in kernel [Was: Re: any chance of 2.6.0-test*?]
On Mon, 2003-01-13 at 05:32, Horst von Brand wrote:
> Rob Wilkens <robw@optonline.net> said:
> > I'm REALLY opposed to the use of the word "goto" in any code where it's
> > not needed. OF course, I'm a linux kernel newbie, so I'm in no position
> > to comment
>
> My, my, my, an anti-goto zealot now.

I pick out _one_ piece of code that _one_ random person posts publicly
(so, it happens to be one of the leaders of the free open source world)
and suddenly I'm a zealot. I'm a nobody and proud of that fact. I was
just explaining my dislike of a particular code structure based on my
earlier training and experience.

In the time since my writing of that post and your response, though, I
have since been "Enlightenned" by all of the wonderful people on this
discussion forum.

-Rob


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