Structure exits, not loops

@inproceedings{BenAri1996StructureEN,
  title={Structure exits, not loops},
  author={Mordechai Ben-Ari},
  booktitle={SGCS},
  year={1996}
}
Until recently, Pascal was the first programming language taught to students. As more schools choose Ada or C++ as a first language, the debate on structured programming has been reopened ([Rob95]). We are no longer restricted to the while-statement: exit/break-statements can be used to exit a loop from the middle, and return from a procedure or function is… CONTINUE READING