On 9/19/05, Eric Mahurin <eric_mahurin / yahoo.com> wrote:
> I think that's the closest your going to get to python's
> while/else.  You have the use the opposite polarity for the for
> loop as why demonstrated.  One of my RCR's is about this
> inconsistency.  I think all of the loop methods should return
> nil by default (with break(ret) causing it to return something
> else).

Agree.


Michel.