As a silly example:
You pick up a flower *if knivesforhands but cut it to pieces in the process. Curse these knives for hands of yours! *goto afterflowers . *goto afterflowers
Produces, if knivesforhands is false:
You pick up a flower .
Is there any way to get rid of that unsightly space before the period, or am I stuck with only rephrasing things so they have mid-sentence interjections, like so:
You pick up *if knivesforhands — and cut to pieces with these accursed knife-hands of yours — a flower. *goto afterflower
Or perhaps splitting off essentially-duplicate sentences inefficiently, like so:
*if knivesforhands You pick up a flower but cut it to pieces in the process. Curse these knives for hands of yours! *if (knivesforhands = false) You pick up a flower. *goto afterflower
Any other, better workarounds, or do I pretty much have it?