2008/4/17, Peter Hickman <peter / semantico.com>:

>  But in this example the code between do_normal_stuff and end_normal_stuff
> would never be executed, not even in C!

Opss, sorry, my mistake. This would be:

var = ...something...

  case num
  when 1:
    if ( var < 0 || var > 10 )
        puts "var not valid !!!!!"
        break
    end
    do_normal_stuff
    ...
    ...
    end_normal_stuff
  end

  puts "Write it"



>  Why not write something simpler
>
>  case num
>  when 1:
>   if 0 <= var and var <= 10) then
>    do_normal_stuff
>    ...
>    ...
>    end_normal_stuff
>    puts "Write it"
>   end

Yes, but what I was trying to avoid is to enclose all the "real" stuff
ni a "if" stament since it's in fact the default behaviour and that
will be executed 99% of times.

Anyway I understand that is the only way.

Thanks a lot for all. :)


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IƱaki Baz Castillo
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