REBOL for COBOL programmers
Date written: March 29, 2013
This page explains some REBOL equivalents of EXIT.
The most common use of the EXIT statement seems to be in a situation like the one below, where a paragraph containing the EXIT verb can be used for escaping out of some procedure.
PERFORM paragraph-name-1 THRU paragraph-name-2. ... paragraph-name-1. IF (some error condition) GO TO paragraph-name-2. (code to execute if no error) paragraph-name-2. EXIT.
The REBOL equivalent
There is an "exit" function in REBOL that can be used in a similar way to quit a function. For example,
function-name-1: does [ if (some error condition) [ exit ] (code to execute if no error) ] ... function-name-1 ;; Call the above function