16. Breaking in and out of Looped Code
In This Chapter
• Taking a break
• Continuing to work
This chapter doesn’t teach you how to use another kind of loop. Instead, this chapter extends the information you learned in the last two chapters. You have ways available to control the
while loop in addition to a relational test, and you can change the way a
for loop operates via means other than the counter variable.
continue statements let you control loops for those special occasions when you want to quit a loop early or repeat a loop sooner than it would normally repeat.
Take a break
break statement rarely, if ever, appears on a line by itself. Typically,
break appears in the body of an
if statement. The reason for this will ...
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