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When a procedure terminates exceptionally, the flow of control will not go to the point of return of the invocation, but rather will go to an exception handler as described in Section 12. Some examples of invocations are: PO array[int]$create(-1) routine_table[index](input) % invoking a procedure taking no arguments % invoking an operation of a type % invoking a procedure fetched from an array §10 Expressions 41 10. Expressions An expression evaluates to an object in the CLU universe. This object is said to be the result or value of the expression.
Within an implementation of an abstraction, formal parameters declared with type can be used as type specifications. 15 In addition, identifiers which have been equated to type specifications can also be used as type specifications. 3. §8 Scopes, Declarations, and Equates 8. Scopes, Declarations, and Equates We now describe how to introduce and use constants and variables, and the scope of constant and variable names. Scoping units are described first, followed by a discussion of variables, and finally constants.
For example, the procedure force[T] allows us to legally write the following code: x: any := 3 y: int := force[int](x) while the following is illegal: x: a n y := 3 y: int := x because the type of y (int) does not include the type of the expression x (any). Statements §11 1 1. Statements In this section, we describe most of the statements of CLU. We omit discussion of the signal, exit, and except statements, which are used for signalling and handling exceptions, as described in Section 12. , statements are executed for their side-effects and do not return any values.