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Title: Grupo Hasar
I am a fan of 'continue' and I have already advocated for it before. Why should you cancel the scope rule? The given example is clearly a programming error. Why should programmers be protected from such errors?


Javier Guerra escribió:
On 2/25/08, Shmuel Zeigerman <> wrote:
IMO, the value of having 'continue' would be much greater than that of
 this scope rule. I'd love to see canceling this rule in favor of adding
 'continue'. That is, the _expression_-parameter of 'until' would resolve
 its variables in the scope enclosing the repeat loop.
i'd vote that way too.  but how to do the transition? adding warnings
to the compiler??



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