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Java has two keywords break and continue in its branching category. 'break' allows users to give end to a loop whereas with 'continue' statement flow of control inside a loop can be continued even when the specified loop condition is false.

Java Break continue

     

Java has two keywords break and continue in its branching category. 'break' allows users to give end to a loop whereas with 'continue' statement flow of control inside a loop can be continued even when the specified  loop condition is false. 'continue' statement returns the program control from the point where it is passed.

Break and Continue in Java

public class Java_Break_continue {
public static void main(String argv[]) {

char [] c = {'J','a','v','a','*'};
String str[] = {"continue","break","statement","example"};
char c_1 = c[4]; 
byte i = 0;
do{
System.out.print(" " + c[i]);

i++;

if(c[i] == c_1)
break;
else
continue;
}while(c.length > i);



System.out.println(" ");

for(int j = 0; j < str.length; j++){
System.out.print(str[j] + " ");
if(j < str.length)
continue; // from here the program control is returned back
System.out.println("woooooooooooooooooo");
}
}
}

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Comments:1
Ravindra kumar Chakravarti
November 11, 2011
progamming

very good programming