Python continue statement

The Python continue statement jumps out of this loop, and break jumps out of the loop.

The

continue statement is used to tell Python to skip the remaining statements of the current loop and then proceed to the next iteration.

The

continue statement is used in while and for loops.

Python language The continue statement syntax is as follows:

continue

Flowchart:

Instance(Python 2.0+)

#!/usr/bin/python # -*- coding: UTF-8 -*- for letter in 'Python': # First instance if letter == 'h': continue print 'Current letter :', letter var = 10 # Second instance while var > 0: var = var -1 if var == 5: continue print 'Current variable value :', var print "Good bye!"

The above example execution results´╝Ü

Current letter : P
Current letter : y
Current letter : t
Current letter : o
Current letter : n
Current variable value : 9
Current variable value : 8
Current variable value : 7
Current variable value : 6
Current variable value : 4
Current variable value : 3
Current variable value : 2
Current variable value : 1
Current variable value : 0
Good bye!





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