Runtime Guards is an actively used design pattern. Guards can easily be implemented using conditions (if !x: return;), but some languages include syntax and semantics specifically for guards.
- the Runtime Guards wikipedia page
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Languages with Runtime Guards include haskell
Example from haskell:
f x | x > 0 = 1 | otherwise = 0
Last updated February 18th, 2020