INTERNAL: Do not use.
Gets a split that should be in
Gets the first element executed within control flow element
Gets a first control flow element executed within
Gets a potential last control flow element executed within
Gets a successor node of a given flow type, if any.
Gets an exception type that is thrown by
Gets a potential last element executed within control flow element
Gets a control flow successor for control flow element
Gets the control flow element that is first executed when entering callable
Gets the callable that is exited when
An expression that writes via an accessor call, for example
A control flow element that is split into multiple control flow nodes.
A split for a control flow element. For example, a tag that determines how to continue execution after leaving a
A split kind. Each control flow node can have at most one split of a given kind.
A set of control flow node splits. The set is represented by a list of splits, ordered by ascending rank.
Internal representation of control flow nodes in the control flow graph. The control flow graph is pruned for unreachable nodes.