Here is the answer of the question: What is the difference between the break and continue keywords?
- The break keyword is used to break out of multiple iteration statements, while continue can only break out of code blocks that have single iterations.
- The break keyword literally breaks out of a control flow statement, while continue ignores the rest of the control statement or iteration and starts the next one.
- The break keyword literally breaks out of the current control flow code and stops it dead, while continue keeps executing the code after an exception is thrown.
- The break keyword jumps out of an iteration and then proceeds with the rest of the control flow code, while continue stops the executing code dead.
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