markmahieu at googlemail.com
Tue Dec 29 13:32:52 PST 2009
On 29 Dec 2009, at 21:11, Neal Gafter wrote:
> On Tue, Dec 29, 2009 at 1:02 PM, Mark Mahieu <markmahieu at googlemail.com> wrote:
> On the other hand, labeled returns could be used with the method name as a label too.
> Maybe... labels don't currently shadow method names though, so what would be the meaning of "return foo:;" inside a lambda labeled "foo" inside a method called "foo"?
> These aren't ordinary labels that appear in the label namespace. I'd suggest making it an error to use a lambda label corresponding to the name of the enclosing method.
Fair enough I suppose.
> By the way, instead of using a new keyword-ish thing, you could also use "break".
I tried that one out on a few examples earlier today. It's a great fit for void-result lambdas, but I couldn't make up my mind whether I liked it quite so much when there's an actual result. It has potential, I think.
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