6.8.6 Jump statements

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                goto identifier ;
                continue ;
                break ;
                return expressionopt ;

1783 A jump statement causes an unconditional jump to another place.

1784 134) Thus, clause-1 specifies initialization for the loop, possibly declaring one or more variables for use in the loop;

1785 the controlling expression, expression-2, specifies an evaluation made before each iteration, such that execution of the loop continues until the expression compares equal to 0;

1786 and expression-3 specifies an operation (such as incrementing) that is performed after each iteration.


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