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Break and Continue Statements

break;

This statement exits from the smallest containing for, while, do while or switch statement. The break statement must be the last statement in each case if you don't want execution to "fall through" and execute the statements for the following cases too.

continue;

The continue statement immediately performs the test for the smallest enclosing for, while, or do while statement. It is the same as jumping to the end of the statement in each of their definitions. In the case of for, expression3 will be evaluated first.



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