Note: information on this page refers to Ceylon 1.1, not to the current release.
continue statement is a control directive that causes immediate execution
of the next iteration of the enclosing
The general form of the
continue statement is
// ...within a while or for statement // and often guarded by some condition continue;
while statement the
continue directive can be used to
skip to the next iteration of the enclosing
while statement without
executing the rest of the current block.
- Java's 'labelled'
continuedirective is not supported. The
continuedirective operates on the directly enclosing