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How can I interrupt code execution?

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I write some JS code programmatically in code behind (.Net) and I need to stop the code to being executed at a certain point.
In my HTML I have something like that:

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  1. <script type="text/javascript">
  2. initMyStuff();
  3. if(GetBacktoServer()) return;
  4. fillMyTable();
  5. etc etc etc
In other words I need not to continue to fillMyTable() etc etc if GetBacktoServer() return true.
I know this could be simply done with:
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  1. if(!GetBacktoServer()) {
  2. fillMyTable();
  3. etc etc etc
  4. }
but as I'm generating the code programmatically this is quite hard to do for various reasons, so I need to use a return if true.
The above works fine in Chrome but doesn't work in FireFox and IE. (firebug says return not in function)

Any suggestions?
Oct 25 '10 #1
1 2004
acoder
16,027 Expert Mod 8TB
Put the code inside a function. Then "return" will return from the function at that point.
Oct 27 '10 #2

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