9 bad programming habits we secretly love
What follows is a list of nine rules that some may consider unimpeachable, but many of us break often, with both success and pleasure.
Programming habit No. 1: Using goto
The prohibition on using goto dates to the era before many of the tools of structured programming even existed. If programmers wanted to create a loop or jump to another routine, they would need to type GOTO followed by a line number. After a few years, compiler teams let programmers use a string label instead of a line number. That was considered a hot new feature back then.
Wel, just a LINK, nice to read through: