The Use Of 'goto' Statements Is Discouraged, Especially With The Label HELL
The use of 'goto' statements is discouraged, especially with the label HELL:
But God TOLD me to use a GOTO.
Real Programmers aren't afraid to use GOTO's.
This label is the target of a goto from outside of the block containing this label AND this block has an automatic variable with an initializer AND your window wasn't wide enough to read this whole error message.
-- Apple's MPW C compiler Error Message...
COME FROM n. A semi-mythical language construct dual to the `go to'
COME FROM <label> would cause the referenced label to act as a sort of trapdoor, so that if the program ever reached it control would quietly and automagically be transferred to the statement following the COME FROM....
Don't use tautological, repetitive or redundant statements. -- Writing Rule 32
GOTO statement considered harmful" The unrestricted use of a GOTO statement is considered to be harmful because it hampers program understandability.
Consequently, a programmer should justify every use of a GOTO statement....
It's hell to work for a nervous boss, especially if you're why he's nervous!
In statements involving two word phrases, make an all out effort to use hyphens.
The demonstrably true statements of the sciences which
especially in recent times, have the uncomfortable inclination never to stay put, although, at any given moment they are, and must be, valid for all....