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The break; continue; and goto; statements are used to interrupt a program's usual flow. Loops conduct a series of repetitive tasks until the text expression is false, but it is occasionally desired to skip some or all of the statements within the loop or to end the loop without testing the test expression.

The break statement is used to interrupt the loop (while, do while, and for) and switch case processes. Continue Statement: The Continue statement is used to keep the loop running. If the weather permits, it is used indoors.

The break and continue statements are jump statements that are used to bypass some loop statements or finish the loop without verifying the test expression. These statements can be inserted into any loop, including for, while, and do-while loops.

The continue statement skips the rest of the loop where it is stated and moves on to the next iteration. The break statement returns control of the program to the end of the loop, allowing execution to proceed outside of it. Continue, on the other hand, causes the next iteration of the enclosing loop to be executed sooner.

The goto statement is a type of jump statement that is also known as an unconditional jump statement. Within a function, the goto statement can be used to jump from one place to another. ... Syntax: The first line of the above syntax instructs the compiler to go to or jump to the labelled statement.

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