Python continue statement:
The continue statement in Python is a loop control statement that forces to execute the next iteration of the loop while skipping the rest of the code inside the loop for the current iteration.
In other words, when the continue statement is executed in the loop, the code inside the loop following the continue statement will be skipped for the current iteration and the next iteration of the loop will begin.
The signature for the continue statement is as shown below.
Flow diagram – continue statement :
Python continue statement Examples:
Example 1: In this example, we will extract all the vowels from a string and build a new string without any vowel.
s="python programming" v=['a','e','i','o','u'] t="" for i in s: if i in v: continue else: t+=i print(t)
Example 2: In this case, we will use the continue statement with a list of items.
#Initializing l1=['Mumbai','Thane','Palghar','Ratnagiri'] for city in l1: if city == 'Thane': continue else: print (city)
Mumbai Palghar Ratnagiri
Example 3: In this example, We will print the odd numbers from the list while skipping the even numbers.
#Initializing l=[123,23,22,54,66,36,447] #Using continue for i in l: if i%2==0: continue else: print(i)
123 23 447
Happy Learning 🙂