Python break statement
Python break statement, like in C language, breaking the minimum closure for or while loop.
break statement to terminate the loop statement, loop condition that is not False condition or recursive sequence has not been fully completed, will stop the loop statement.
break statement is used in a while and for loops.
If you use nested loops, break statement to stop the execution of the innermost loop and start the next line of code.
Python language break statement syntax:
#!/usr/bin/python for letter in 'Python': # First Example if letter == 'h': break print 'Current Letter :', letter var = 10 # Second Example while var > 0: print 'Current variable value :', var var = var -1 if var == 5: break print "Good bye!"
The results of the above examples:
Current Letter : P Current Letter : y Current Letter : t Current variable value : 10 Current variable value : 9 Current variable value : 8 Current variable value : 7 Current variable value : 6 Good bye!