Controlling Loops Using break and continue

Practical Programming, Third Edition — by Paul Gries, Jennifer Campbell, Jason Montojo (85 / 161)

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As a rule, for and while loops execute all the statements in their body on each iteration. However, sometimes it is handy to be able to break that rule. Python provides two ways of controlling the iteration of a loop: break, which terminates execution of the loop immediately, and continue, which…

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