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In Java, break statement is used in two ways as labeled and unlabeled. break is commonly used as unlabeled. Labeled break statement is used for terminating nested loops.

Java Break Lable

     

In Java, break statement is used in two ways as labeled and unlabeled. break is commonly used as unlabeled. Labeled break statement is used for terminating nested loops. Nested loops are loops defined inside other loops in which  the topper most loop is define under a label with any String value. In the example a label String value 'weisz' is defined above the outer most loop while. In the code when if condition becomes true the break statement terminates the while loop under the label weisz.

 

 

 

 

 

Code for Break Labels in Java

public class Java_Break_lable {
public static void main(String args[]) {

int modulo = 10, i = 0,j = 0; 
weisz:
while(i < modulo){
for(;;i++){
for(;j < i;j++)
System.out.println("modulo : " + modulo + "\t\ti : " + i); 
if (i == modulo)
break weisz;
else {
modulo--; 
continue;
}

}

System.out.println("\nValue at which the nested loops defined under label 'weisz' is : " + modulo);

}
}

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Posted on: November 11, 2008

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