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The _CONTINUE statement is used in a DO/LOOP, WHILE/WEND, FOR/LOOP block to skip the remaining lines of code in a block (without exiting it) and start the next iteration. It works as a shortcut to a GOTO, but without the need for a line label.  
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The {{KW|_CONTINUE}} statement is used in a [[DO...LOOP]], [[WHILE...WEND] or [[FOR...NEXT]] block to skip the remaining lines of code in a block (without exiting it) and start the next iteration. It works as a shortcut to a [[GOTO]], but without the need for a [[line label]].  
  
  
 
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Revision as of 03:52, 5 September 2017


The _CONTINUE statement is used in a DO...LOOP, [[WHILE...WEND] or FOR...NEXT block to skip the remaining lines of code in a block (without exiting it) and start the next iteration. It works as a shortcut to a GOTO, but without the need for a line label.


Syntax

_CONTINUE


Availability

  • Build 20170628/55 up.


Examples

Example:

FOR i = 1 TO 10 IF i = 5 THEN _CONTINUE PRINT i; NEXT

1 2 3 4 6 7 8 9 10


See also



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