Khat Harr wrote in post #1038124:
> I guess what I mean to ask is, why was it decided to do things this way
> rather than the way I expected?  What am I not understanding?

It seems both useful and logical to me (useful to have a mechanism for 
catching 'exit', and logical that it should be handled in the same way 
as exceptions)

I guess that what you expect depends on what you've seen in other 
languages.

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