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From: Daniel M. Albro <albro@h...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] OCaml popularity

	Hmm...  Apparently I'm a liar.  OK, I take it back.  Doing your
version 1 billion times takes 25 seconds on my machine, and my version
takes 29 seconds.  I still think a break statement would look nicer.

					- Dan


On Thu, 2003-03-13 at 13:29, Karl Zilles wrote:
> Daniel M. Albro wrote:
> > imperative side of the language will get fleshed out a bit with some
> > expanded loop features like break statements, 
> 
> You can always implement a break statement as an exception:
> 
> exception Break;;
> 
> try for i = 1 to 10 do
> 	if i == 5 then raise Break
> done with Break -> ();;
> 
> As an exception, you could (if you wanted) include special case handling 
> for the break, or create a more aptly named exception and pass through 
> data.
-- 
Daniel M. Albro <albro@humnet.ucla.edu>

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