C Foundation

What is C? C Compiler Installation C Extensions C Compiler C Interpreter C Program Structure

C Basics

C Keywords C Data Types C Identifiers C Variables C Constant C Escape Sequences C Constant and Volatile C Typecast

Operators

What is Operator C Comma Operator C Arithmetic Operators C Relational Operators C Logical Operators C Bitwise Operators C Conditional Operators C : : Operator C Operator Priority

Basic IO's

Basic IO's C Formatted Functions C Unformatted Functions C Common Functions

Control Statements

What is Control Statement C if Statement C if else Statement C Nested if Statement C Else if Statement C Break Statement C Continue Statement C Switch Statement C Goto Statement

Looping

What is Control Loop C for Loop C Nested for Loop C while Loop C Nested while Loop C do while Loop C Nested do while loop

Functions

What is Function C User Defined Functions C Recursion C Passing Parameters

Scope

Scope C Local Scope C Global Scope

Storage Classes

What is Storage Class C Auto C Extern C Static C Register

Array

What is Array C One Dimensional Array C Two Dimensional Array C Multi Dimensional Array C Arrays Of Strings

String

What is String C String Functions

Pointer

What is Pointer C Pointers Arithmetic C Pointer to Pointer C Pointers and Arrays C Pointers and Strings C Pointer to Functions Void Pointers Null Pointers C Null and Void Pointer

Structure

What is Structure C Struct within Struct C Array within Structure C Pointer to Structure C Structure and Function C Enum C Bitfield Structure C Type def

Union

What is Union

Files

What is File C read a file C write a file C File Handling C Error Handling C Low Level Disk I/O C Other file functions

Memory Allocation

What is Memory Allocation C Malloc() C Calloc() C Free() C Realloc() C Coreleft()

C Reference

All ASCII Code Basic C Questions

C Interview

C Interview Sets All Star Patterns All Number Patterns All Alphabet Patterns All Series Patterns
The ones who are crazy enough to think they can change the world are the ones who do.
- Steve Jobs

C Continue Statement

C continue statement

Why Continue Statement?

The continue statement enables you to skip to the next iteration in the loop containing the continue statement. The labeled continue statement enables you to skip to the next iteration in an outer loop enclosing the labeled continue that is identified by the label. The labeled loop need not be the loop immediately enclosing the labeled continue.

C Continue Statement

  • The continue statement is exactly opposite to the break statement.
  • The loop does not terminate when a continue statement is encountered.
  • Instead, the continue statement skips that particular iteration.
  • The continue statement is also called as bypass statement.

Continue Statement Flowchart

The following flowchart will help you to understand how continue statement works

continue statement flowchart

Continue Statement Program

Let us write a C program to demonstrate continue statement

Continue Statement Program

continue.c
#include <stdio.h> //header file section
int main()
{
int a;
for(a = 1;a <= 5; a++)
{
if(a == 4)
{
continue;
}
printf("%d", a);
}
return 0;
}
  • 1 2 3 5

Note:

When the variable reaches the value 4, the loop skips the statements within a block, only for that particular iteration.

Report Us

We may make mistakes(spelling, program bug, typing mistake and etc.), So we have this container to collect mistakes. We highly respect your findings.

Report

We to update you