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#1 Nov. 29, 2005 15:31:40

Israel A.
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[PHP-DEV] REMOVE ME!


Can somebody help me stop the flood of income e-mails from PHP?

I've signed to the newsletter and, during the last two month, made many
attempts to "unsubscribe" - none works and I am getting 100's of e-mails
from you.

Please take me off the mailing list!

Israel "Oulik" Alpert

-----Original Message-----
From: Bart de Boer
Sent: Tuesday, November 29, 2005 6:35 AM
To: intern***@*ists.php.net
Subject: Re: Re: Labeled Breaks (not the G-word)



It may be so that you can use exceptions as a sort of goto mechanism.
And from some perspective you may even find some similarities. However,
exceptions weren't invented for this purpose. (And they aren't
introduced into PHP for this reason.)

The main difference is that exceptions work with the *instance* of your
code. (Enable you to fall back to some place in your OO structure.) Goto

can't do that.




Lukas Smith wrote:
> Stanislav Malyshev wrote:
>
>> No, they are not. If you don't purposedly abuse it, exceptions are a
>> structured way to handle exceptional situations, with well-defined
>> effects and known control points. They won't allow you to randomly
>> jump around the code.
>
>
> How is that different from "goto"?
> And if you can jump through 80% if your code via an exception while
> you
> unwind the stack it might be ordered but you tell me that you know
whats
> going on. For all intends and purposes it will be just as random, with

> the difference that you can search for the goto much better than for
the
> exception handler.
>
> Anyways I have made my case and you have made yours. We can now choose
> to ignore eachother :-)
>
> regards,
> Lukas

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#2 Nov. 29, 2005 15:51:41

Wez F.
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[PHP-DEV] REMOVE ME!


Done.

On 11/29/05, Israel Alpert <> wrote:
> Can somebody help me stop the flood of income e-mails from PHP?
>
> I've signed to the newsletter and, during the last two month, made many
> attempts to "unsubscribe" - none works and I am getting 100's of e-mails
> from you.
>
> Please take me off the mailing list!
>
> Israel "Oulik" Alpert
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Bart de Boer
> Sent: Tuesday, November 29, 2005 6:35 AM
> To: intern***@*ists.php.net
> Subject: Re: Re: Labeled Breaks (not the G-word)
>
>
>
> It may be so that you can use exceptions as a sort of goto mechanism.
> And from some perspective you may even find some similarities. However,
> exceptions weren't invented for this purpose. (And they aren't
> introduced into PHP for this reason.)
>
> The main difference is that exceptions work with the *instance* of your
> code. (Enable you to fall back to some place in your OO structure.) Goto
>
> can't do that.
>
>
>
>
> Lukas Smith wrote:
> > Stanislav Malyshev wrote:
> >
> >> No, they are not. If you don't purposedly abuse it, exceptions are a
> >> structured way to handle exceptional situations, with well-defined
> >> effects and known control points. They won't allow you to randomly
> >> jump around the code.
> >
> >
> > How is that different from "goto"?
> > And if you can jump through 80% if your code via an exception while
> > you
> > unwind the stack it might be ordered but you tell me that you know
> whats
> > going on. For all intends and purposes it will be just as random, with
>
> > the difference that you can search for the goto much better than for
> the
> > exception handler.
> >
> > Anyways I have made my case and you have made yours. We can now choose
> > to ignore eachother :-)
> >
> > regards,
> > Lukas
>
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