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* Copyright (c) 2011, the Dart project authors. Please see the AUTHORS file
* for details. All rights reserved. Use of this source code is governed by a
* BSD-style license that can be found in the LICENSE file.
* @assertion Let s1,...,sn be those try statements that are both enclosed in
* sE and that enclose sc, and that have a finally clause. Lastly, let fj be
* the finally clause of sj, 1 <= j <= n. Executing sc first executes f1,...,fn
* in innermost-clause-first order. Then, if sE is a case clause, control is
* transferred to the case clause. Otherwise, sE is necessarily a loop and
* execution resumes after the last statement in the loop body.
* @description Checks that the execution of "continue L;" statement transfers
* control to the innermost enclosing 'do' statement with the appropriate label
* and that all finally clauses between them are executed in the innermost-
* clause-first order.
* @author rodionov
* @reviewer iefremov
import '../../../Utils/expect.dart';
main() {
List order = new List();
L: do {
try {
try {
try {
if (order.length < 3) {
continue L;"This code shouldn't be executed");
break L;
} catch (e) {"Unexpected exception: $e");
} finally {
}"This code shouldn't be executed");
} finally {
}"This code shouldn't be executed");
} finally {
}"This code shouldn't be executed");
} while (false);
Expect.listEquals([3, 2, 1], order);