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continue

A programming statement that points to the beginning of the loop that it is in. In the following C example, the continue statements point to the top of the while loop. The } brace at the end of the loop also points to the top of the loop.

   while (1)
   {
   get_next_input();
   if (end_of_file) 
        exit_routine();
   if (type=='1') 
       {
       process1_routine();
       continue;
       }
   else if (type=='2')
       {
       process2_routine();
       continue;
       }
   else display_type_error()
   }
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continue

When used as a control instruction, it should be followed by another word(s) clarifying what is expected of the pilot. Examples: “continue taxi,” “continue descent,” or “continue inbound.”
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From what reasons do I believe in a continuous & ever continuable Consciousness?
Suppose that ([z.sub.h], [u.sup.h]) is defined on ([E.sub.0.h] [union] [E.sub.h]) n ([-[b.sub.0], [??]) x [R.sup.n]), [??] > 0, and it is non continuable. For [epsilon] > 0 we denote by ([[omega].sub.0](*,[bar.[mu]],[bar.v],[epsilon]),[omega](*,[bar.[mu]],[bar.v],[epsilon])) the maximal solution of (15) - (17).