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Jenda Krynicky
October 7, 2009 04:20
Re: eval and next
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Date sent:      	Tue, 06 Oct 2009 15:45:44 +0200
From:           	Alexander Koenig <>
To:             	beginners <>
Subject:        	eval and next

> Hi all,
> I have a Perl program where I use eval to catch errors. As they are Java
> errors (via Inline::Java) I want my program to continue and just log the
> errors somewhere.
> My problem with this is, that I use the eval within a loop and I also
> use next in this loop to ignore some special cases. But now, whenever
> the next is triggered I get a warning like this:
> Exiting eval via next at line 204, <GEN6> line 5421.
> Googling the message I found this thread on Perlmonks
> But that does not seem to be about the same problem. I know that next is
> executed for the enclosing for loop and not for the eval block. That is
> how I want it. I tried naming the for loop to show perl that I know what
> I'm doing but the warning persists.
> Is there some recommended way of doing this, so that I won't get a
> warning every time the next is triggered?

I think it's easiest to disable that particular warning for that 

 eval {
  no warnings 'exiting';

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