continue statement may occur only in a
for statement; statements of these three kinds are called iteration statements. Control passes to the loop-continuation point of an iteration statement.
continue statement with no label attempts to transfer control to the innermost enclosing
for statement of the immediately enclosing method, constructor, or initializer; this statement, which is called the continue target, then immediately ends the current iteration and begins a new one.
To be precise, such a
continue statement always completes abruptly, the reason being a
continue with no label.
for statement of the immediately ...