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if is not a loop it is a conditional statement. continue and break are specifically for loops. This means for, while and do while loops
continue means stop execution here and begin at the next iteration fo the loop. since if is only run once and is not looped it does not make sense to use continue with an if statement [ May 23, 2005: Message edited by: Damien Howard ]
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Doesn't it becomes a looping construct when combined with continue...