[JSR308] Can we agree on our goals?
trevor at vocaro.com
Fri Feb 2 23:23:00 EST 2007
On Feb 2, 2007, at 6:55 PM, Hani Suleiman wrote:
>> while (i < j)
>> That doesn't seem awkward at all.
> Sure it does. It's a redundant new syntax that doesn't achieve
> anything, and attacks a problem no developers are currently having
> (no matter what background they're from or their level of ability,
> I'd be surprised if anyone found basic looping constructs tricky).
I think you're confusing loop constructs with loop annotations. For
an example of how loop annotations are used, see Figure 3 here:
Or the C code (annotations given in square brackets) at the bottom of
As you can see from these examples, loop annotations definitely
achieve something and attack a very important problem in static
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