Keywords in Julia are predefined words that have a definite meaning to the compiler. These keywords can’t be used to name variables.
'continue' keyword in Julia skips the statement immediately after the continue statement. Whenever the continue keyword is executed, the compiler immediately stops iterating over further values and sends the execution pointer back to the next iterating value in the loop.
loop condition statement statement continue statement end
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- Julia break Keyword | Exiting from a loop in Julia
- Iterating over each index of array in Julia - eachindex() Method
- Julia end Keyword | Marking end of blocks in Julia
- Julia function keyword | Create user-defined functions in Julia
- Julia local Keyword | Creating a local variable in Julia
- Julia global Keyword | Creating a global variable in Julia
- Get next true value from a given array index in Julia | Array findnext() Method
- if keyword - Conditional evaluation in Julia
- Julia return keyword
- try keyword - Handling Errors in Julia
- else keyword in Julia
- while loop in Julia
- For loop in Julia
- Loop Vectorization in Julia
- Find the next occurrence of pattern in string in Julia - findnext() Method
- Getting ceiling value of x in Julia - ceil() Method
- Getting floor value of x in Julia - floor() Method
- Getting the minimum value from a list in Julia - min() Method
- Getting lowest and highest value of a Data type in Julia - typemin() and typemax() Methods
- Get previous true value from a given array index in Julia | Array findprev() Method
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