I've seen at least one blog entry that used a bytecode hack to replace a CALL opcode immediately before a RETURN opcode with a jump to the top of the function body.
I looked up the word "entry" on google translate. It means
an item written or printed in a diary, list, ledger, or reference book
in such a case. But it seems not a must. If we remove it from the above sentence, it doesn't affect the sentence's meaning yet. So why do we put it there?