continue statement

continue statement

[kən′tin·yü ‚stāt·mənt]
(computer science)
A nonexecutable statement in FORTRAN used principally as a target for transfers, particularly as the last statement in the range of a do statement.
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The <label> part of the CONTINUE statement has to be located between columns 2 and 5 of an input line.
Using GOTO and corresponding CONTINUE statements is another possibility to control the execution of a program.
The continue statement forces the next iteration of an enclosing loop (for, while, do) to begin.