continue command in Linux with examples

continue is a command which is used to skip the current iteration in for, while and until loop. It takes one more parameter [N], if N is mentioned then it continues from the nth enclosing loop.

Syntax:

continue
or 
continue [N]

 

  • continue statement in for loop :
  • continue statement in while loop :
  • continue statement in until loop :
  • continue --help : Displays help information.



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