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Keith Thompson
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      01-05-2011
"rosario" <(E-Mail Removed)> writes:
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> so this could be the loop
> e1; goto .2
> .0: body;
> .1: e3;
> .2: if(e2) goto .0
> .3:
> if e2 is missing than e2=1
> if body executes continue the for loop proceeds to .1: label
> if the body has one break, proceeds to .3: label
>
>> But if `e2'
>> is non-empty and there's no `continue', the equivalence holds.)

>
> and
> while(e2)
> {e3;
> ...
> en;
> }
>
> is like
>
> goto .1
> .0: e3;
> ...
> en;
> .1: if(e2) goto .0
> .2:


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