[erlang-questions] Newbie: Is there a short-circuit for the comma operator?
Wed Oct 10 08:54:07 CEST 2007
On Wed, Oct 10, 2007 at 07:14:11PM +1300, James Cone wrote:
> Is there an operator or function that short-circuits the comma operator,
> so if exp1 uses it, exp2 will not be evaluated?
> eg (supposing it's called return, which is the name of the equivalent
> operator in C)
> > if 1==0 -> -1; true -> return 0 end, 1.
> I want this because I have a function with some deeply nested tests, and
> I want to tail-recurse from only some of the cases, without copying all
> of the following expressions (after a comma operator) into all of the
> other cases.
> Am I making sense? Does such a thing exist?
Such an operator does not exist in erlang. And I've never needed it
:-) You should perhaps rewrite your code better. Paste it, and let's
see where we can help.
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