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How to use GOTO ?

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Hello there. Could anyone show me an example how i can use the GOTO in C ? Thanks.
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int main()
{
   /*  Some code here */

   GOTO MyLabel;

   /* Some code here */

   MyLabel:

   /* Some code here */

   return 0;
}

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by:Lockias
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Sorry,
  "GOTO" should be "goto"

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by:Lockias
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However,
  I must say you should almost never use goto in C unless you are breaking out of some horrible nested loop or something like that.

~Lockias
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by:ahoffmann
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Lockias, you *almost ever* have to use goto even in C when programming something like stated loops, finite state machine, etc.
(-:I'm picky, sometimes;-))
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by:Lockias
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Isn't that what I just said?
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by:ahoffmann
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ok, if i substitute "horrible nested loop" by "mealy machine" for example ;-)
Don't feel offended.
andoryu, sorry for chatting ...
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by:andoryu
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Thanks for everything guys. I just wanted to confirm because I can't find any examples related to GOTO in C earlier.
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by:Lockias
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Why is that only worth a B??
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