> From: Jonathan Hankins <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Is it possible to, at some clause in an awk macro, skip the remaining
> and jump to the point where the next read occurs, like "next" in awk?
> In my ignorance, I tried playing with call/cc, but looking at the way the
> is structured, I can't see a continuation that would get me out of the
> clauses, but back to the next call to the reader-exp.
I don't know about a "next" feature in scsh awk, but instead of call/cc
maybe a boolean state variable helps that is reset at the beginning of every
loop and checked in every clause (if true, just return the current state)?
Rather a workaround than a solution...
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