Goto vs Workout - What's the difference?

goto | workout |

As a verb goto

is .

As a noun workout is

an exercise session; a period of physical exercise.




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

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    (en noun)
  • An exercise session; a period of physical exercise.
  • * 2008 , Jim Montgomery, Mo Chambers, Mastering Swimming , page 157?
  • The following guidelines for smart weekly scheduling can simplify this piece of the planning: Swim three or four workouts each week.
  • A schedule or program of specific exercises, especially one intended to achieve a particular goal.
  • * 2007 , Peter Twist, Complete Conditioning for Hockey? , page 170
  • If athletes do too much too soon, they will be stiff and sore 24 to 48 hours after a new workout .
  • * 2010', Mark Alvisi (quote from a reader), "Mark of a Champion", ''Muscular Development?'' ' 47 (1): 350
  • I read in another magazine about a workout that can put a whole inch on your arms in just one day!
  • (by extension) Any activity that requires much physical or mental effort, or produces strain.
  • * 2001 , Jan Karon, A Common Life: The Wedding Story , page 41?
  • Cynthia's phone got a workout , as well. In approximately three days since the news had hit the street, a total of five bridal showers had been booked, not to mention a luncheon at Esther Cunningham's and tea at Olivia Harper's.