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the [formerly] wisest man respects his own limits
I think UML is a great way of describing a system once you have made all major decisions, but whenever I need to think about a new project, I have always prefered pen and paper. I'll seriously give FreeMind a go now.
1. Jumping to a label which is just a number / has no meaning to the developer. GOTO niceNameDescribingWhatIsDoneByCodeFollowingTheLabel removes this problem.
2. Non-local jumping preserves the callers stackframe, but when actually writing the callee code, some of your "locals" are defined in the caller.
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