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Re: The last novice

Post by BeGeS » Sat Aug 19, 2017 4:50 pm

Roberto Lopez wrote:
Sat Aug 19, 2017 3:25 pm
I don`t knew that!!!!

Meaning that I've spent thousands of keystrokes the last 30 years :)

Of course... I'm sure that you know, that you could use just 'end' instead 'enddo', 'endif' end 'endcase'? :)
Sí.

No obstante utilizo END largo (ENDCASE y ENDIF) con objeto de una mejor lectura del programa, dejando el END corto para WHILE. De no hacerlo así, se juntan muchos END y al final no se conoce al padre de cada uno.

(Supongo que no habla usted en serio, pero he visto por aquí varios DO WHILE, END WHILE, ENDCASE, ENDDO, ENDIF, y por eso he escrito el anterior comentario).

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Yes.

However I use long END (ENDCASE and ENDIF) for a better reading of the program, leaving the END short for WHILE. If this is not done, many NDs meet and in the end the father of each one is not known.

(I suppose you do not mean it, but I've seen several DO WHILE, END WHILE, ENDCASE, ENDDO, ENDIF, and that's why I wrote the previous comment).
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