On Tue, Mar 5, 2013 at 7:23 PM,  <sto.mar / web.de> wrote:
> Am 05.03.2013 19:18, schrieb Kumar R.:
>
>> Kumar R. wrote in post #1100105:
>
>
>>> line : "next puts "hi" unless n == 5 " .
>>
>>
>> next generally used to skip the part of execution and send the control
>> to the beginning. But how the in between part puts "hi" has been
>> executed. Why does next not skip this statement ?

Probably because arguments are always evaluated before the "method"
they are handed over to.

> Nobody writes code like this, so why care.

I wasn't even aware that next accepts an argument - funnily it won't
accept two (syntax error).

Cheers

robert

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