JavaScript

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break and continue JavaScript statement tutorials

  • We use for, while, do.. while loop for all iterations.

  • In normal operation, loop is terminated when condition become false.

  • Inside a loop flow can be controlled using break and continue.

  • Loop block continue various statements. When program executes continue statement, it will skips over the rest of statement in the loop, and control goes on to the beginning of loop.

  • Whenever script comes across "continue" statement, it transfers control to upward direction start of its corresponding loop.

  • Inside loop block, when program control executes break statement, the current loop is terminated abruptly, it comes out of loop forever. This feature is used within loop for two termination points. One when condition is false and second when it comes across break statement within loop.

  • The break statement tells JavaScript to exit a "controlled structure" and resume execution at a point after the structure.

 

Syntax

 

for (loop …..)

{

Statement;

Statement;

 

if (some condition)

continue;

 

if (some condition)

break;

 

Statement;

Statement;

}

 

javascript break and continue statement

 

Example: The following example shows the use of JavaScript break statement.
Output:

Normal example without break statement

1

2

3

4

5

Example with 'break' at 3

1

2

 

  • From the above example, the for the first loop is to iterate the variable i from 1 to 5.and it will print the number from 1 to five.

  • But in the other loop, statement checks to see if the value of i is equal to 3. The break statement is executed and the print the values from one to two and then program transfer control out of loop.

 

Example: The following example shows the use of JavaScript continue statement.
Output:

Normal example without 'continue' statement

1

2

3

4

5

Example with 'continue' at 3

1

2

4

5

 

  • From the above example, the the first for loop is to iterate the variable i from 1 to 5.and it will print the number from 1 to 5.

  • Where as in second i is equal to 3 then continue skips rest statements in loop and transfers the control to top. And therefore no 3 will not be printed on output screen, you can see on the output screen .

 

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