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Le 04/12/2017 à 16:21, Mark Shannon a écrit :
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> My reasons for preferring the finally-block duplication approach is that it keeps the interpreter simpler and minimises the amount work done when no exception is raised. As demonstrated, the increase in the static size of the bytecode is negligible.

Whichever approach wins at the end, I would like it to reuse the tests I
wrote to check that no stack size explosion happens when combining or
juxtaposing several control flow constructs.
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