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Go and Swift have a dedicated defer keyword which allows the programmer to specify code which should run when leaving the current scope, irrespective of errors. F# supports a similar pattern with IDisposable and the use keyword, but this requires either defining a class definition or object expression and the extra syntax can make the code less expressive. This snippet defines a simple helper function called "defer" to remedy the situation.
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|Posted:||7 years ago|
|Tags:||dispose , defer , try/finally , exceptions|