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It seems odd to me that there is goto in ANSI C, and, Assembl[y][er] code uses JMPs and BRAs in absolute, relative with and without offsets etc... and yet it is frowned upon.
It's the legacy of an old war. Many generations of programmers learned BASIC or worse and never recovered. Ask them to use C, and they'd write one giant main(), 50,000 lines long, without structure -- just labels, gotos, and as many local variables as the compiler permits. They might use loops, or those might be written with goto's too.

If you don't program that way, ignore them, they're not talking to you.
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woof(1) 						      General Commands Manual							   woof(1)

NAME
woof - A small, simple, stupid webserver to share files SYNOPSIS
woof [options] file DESCRIPTION
woof is a tool to copy files between hosts. It can serve a specified file on HTTP,just for a given number of times, and then shutdown. It can be easily used to share files across the computers on a net, and given that the other ends should have just a browser, it can share stuff between different operating system, or different devices (e.g.: a smartphone). It can also show a simple html form in order to upload a file. commands. OPTIONS
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woof was written by Simon Budig <simon@budig.de> This manual page was written by Andrea Colangelo <warp10@ubuntu.com>, for the Debian project (and may be used by others). Last Modified: September 12, 2010 woof(1)

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