[FRPythoneers] Exiting the main code block
kkinder at tridog.com
Fri Jun 1 13:29:14 MDT 2001
foo = func()
if not foo: break
is very common. I do that all the time.
There was talk of something perl'ish in while loops like this:
while foo = func():
But I don't know what happened of it.
Uche Ogbuji wrote:
> "J. Wayde Allen" wrote:
> > Yesterday I was tinkering with a new program and had been thinking that
> > I'd like to simply terminate the program if certain conditions occur. I
> > tried using a break statement, but that causes an error since I was
> > not in a loop. I suppose I could do something like:
> > while 1:
> > if condition == something: break
> > otherwise do stuff
> > Is there a better way to cause the main program block to terminate?
> If I understand what you mean,
> import sys
> Where status is an integer returned to the operating system (just 0 if
> there's no error).
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