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Skipping element addition in list

Skanda Raman
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I have a requirement to add elements from one list to another and during time if i encounter AB value second time, i have to add it in new list and not in current list, test. So I used the keyword continue if the values AB occurs. I am not getting the expected answer. My out put in list test should be as [9B, 9Y, AB, BC, BC]. Can any one please help me.

Rob Spoor

Joined: Oct 27, 2005
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After you add "AB" for the first time, your second list will contain "AB" for the remainder of the loop. It will therefore skip both "BC" values as well.

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