Structured Programming - Robert C. Martin
Some programmers follow Edsger Dijkstra's rules of structured programming. Dijkstra said that every function, and every block within a function, should have one entry and one exit. Following these rules means that there should only be one return statement in a function, no break or continue statements in a loop, and never, ever, any goto statements.
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