Basically break statement is considered as transfer statement. When the break statement executes based on a condition inside a loop, then the loop is terminated.
Let’s see the following example; here loop is terminating when x==”PHP”
course=["Java","Oracle","PHP","Android","Python"] for x in course: print(x) if(x=="PHP"): break
Like break statement, the continue statement is another transfer statement. When the continue statement executes based on a condition inside a loop, then some portion of the loop is skipped.
Using continue statement we can stop the current iteration of the loop, and continue with the next:
Let’s see an example; course=["Java","Oracle","PHP","Android","Python"] for x in course: if(x=="PHP"): continue print(x)
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