C# continue Statement2 min read

It is a loop control statement. It is used to continue the loop in the program. The use of continue inside a loop skips the remaining code and transfer the current flow of the execution to the beginning o the loop.

In case of for loop, the continue statement causes the program to jump and pass the execution to the condition and update expression by skipping further statement. Whereas in the case of while and do…while loops, the continue statement passes the control to the conditional checking expression.

continue statement Flowchart:

Continue statement in java
continue statement

Syntax of continue statement in C#:

Example of C# continue Statement


Example: C# continue program in nested loops


In the above output, i: 1, j: 2 is skipped as the continue statement stopped the further execution after that and transferred the execution control to the beginning of the outer loop.


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