R Loop Control Statements

The Loop control statement in the R programming languages includes:

  • The break statement
  • The next statement

Let us learn about the statements with examples, beginning with the break statement.

Break statement

In theĀ breakĀ statement, the current loop is terminated and the execution of the program is aborted. After termination, the control reaches the next line after the loop.

The following is the syntax:

Let us now see some examples to understand the break statement in the R programming language:

Output

Next statement

If you want to skip the current iteration of a loop, then use the Next statement in the R programming language. The loop does not get terminated. The following is the syntax:

Let us now see some examples to understand the Next statement in the R programming language:

Output

As you can see above, the next statement skips the current iteration when the value of i is 95, but the loop is not terminated. The rest of the values i.e. 96, 97, 98, 99, 100 also gets printed.

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