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   break the normal flow of control
But after the signal is fired, and handlers do their handling, normal flow is restored and the code just after the signal resumes (assuming no exceptions were thrown). COMEFROM doesn't make that guarantee, making it much harder to follow.

It isn't that code can jump to an arbitrary point in the program (a function call can do that) but that the code after that point won't get called, barring a corresponding GOTO back to the label.




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