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Re: Why should `break' and `continue' in functions not break loops runni

From: Ángel
Subject: Re: Why should `break' and `continue' in functions not break loops running outside of the function?
Date: Sun, 31 Oct 2021 00:00:07 +0200

On 2021-10-30 at 23:07 +0700, Robert Elz wrote:
> For people who don't believe that all programming languages should work
> the same way (usually the same way as the one they learned first) this
> isn't necessarily as important - but that's a tiny majority of people.

Uh? That's a quite different statement.

I do think it's good that languages are somewhat consistent. And if on
language A + is the addition operand, it doesn't become the division
one on a different one, or that you don't write 'if' to produce a loop.

I think that's what is being termed as counterintuitive here. If every
languages would have to be the same as every other, then they wouldn't
be different ones.

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