I have to fill out some documentation regarding a C project i worked on. One topic is whether I used "unconditional jumps".
As far as I know, a "break" statement counts as a jump. And I have a few of those that fire when a condition in a loop is met. Does that make it a "conditional jump"?
Another example is when there are standard "break" statements in a switch case, are those conditional or unconditional?
Basically, what constitutes an "unconditional jump" in C?
goto out;in functions, sometimes also to different label like out1, out2 etc. See also blog.regehr.org/archives/894