What is break, continue and pass in Python?

The break statement is used to exit a loop prematurely, causing the loop to terminate and the control to be transferred to the next statement after the loop.

The continue statement, on the other hand, is used to skip the rest of the current iteration of the loop and move on to the next iteration.

The pass keyword is used as a placeholder in blocks of code where no action is required. It is similar to an empty statement in other programming languages and is used to fill up empty blocks in your code.


Here is an example of how you can use the pass statement in a Python loop:

The pass statement is used to specify that no action should be taken when a certain condition is met. It is often used as a placeholder when you are working on code and want to define a block of code later, or when you want to ignore a certain condition for the time being.

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