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Posted Saturday, September 8, 2012 12:43 PM


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What's the reasoning behind using the IF... GOTO Next; instead of using a Case statement?
I'm assuming the Case would execute faster, but regardless, I think it would be easier to follow.
I learned way back in 1981 in computer class, working on a statistics program for the football team, (written in BASIC) that the GOTO statement easily lead to nightmarish code, and that they are generally very easy to avoid, as in this case.
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