Setout vs Goto - What's the difference?

setout | goto |


As a noun setout

is an outset.

As a verb goto is

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setout

English

Noun

(en noun)
  • an outset
  • (colloquial, dated) a display or spread
  • *1854 , Dickens, Hard Times , Chapter 8:
  • *:‘You don’t hate Sissy, Tom?’
  • *:‘I hate to be obliged to call her Jupe. And she hates me,’ said Tom, moodily.
  • *:‘No, she does not, Tom, I am sure!’
  • *:‘She must,’ said Tom. ‘She must just hate and detest the whole set-out of us.
  • See also

    * set out

    Anagrams

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    goto

    English

    Noun

    (head)
  • (computing) Any construct which produces an unstructured jump in the flow of execution.
  • The setjmp/longjmp facility in C is essentially a GOTO .

    Derived terms

    *GOTO-less