"continue statements must be inside a loop; oitherwise, you'll get a compiler error. break statements must be used inside either a loop or switch statemnts. (Note: This does not apply to labeled break statements".
What is the note driving at?
Where can one use a "labeled break" that is not inside a loop or switch?
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I interpret this to sort of refer to the labeled-break syntax as a whole, where the actual *label* can be outside the loop, but the 'break:label;' part will still be inside some loop or other. I don't think 'break' can appear outside any loop (or switch).
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Thanks for the feedback.
I do get what you are saying...but I reckon the text in the book is misleading.
Even a labelled break has to appear in the loop/switch and it is only, as you say, the label that appears outside.
So...in either case, the break statement itself is inisde.