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I am writing a scripting language for test automation of a certain product for a certain company. One of the features of the language is that every function, whether or not it is executed should output something so it can be correctly audited by a test auditor. So there may be situations such as if(condition1){ doAction(1); } now in this situation, even if condition1 is not true, I still need doAction to print something out saying that it is not running because of condition1. I know I could do ... else{ print "Not doing doAction(1) because of condition1\n"; } but that is not sufficient for what I need. It's not standard, not auditable, and leaves the output up to the scripter (the language is supposed to be usable by non scripters) Hope that kinda explains my problem

In reply to Re^2: Making my own control flow structure by Anonymous Monk
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