Break Statement in Python

Updated: May 25


The break statement is used to terminate the loop when a certain condition is gathering. The break statement is usually used inside a loop along with a if statement so that when a exacting condition returns true, the break statement is encountered and the loop terminates.

Syntax:

break

Flow Chart:



Example:

Program to display all the elements before number 70

for n in [11, 70, 88, 10, 90, 3, 7]:

print(n)

if(n==70):

print("The number 70 is found")

print("Terminating the loop")

break

Output:

11

70

The number 70 is found

Terminating the loop

Program:

x=0

while x<=15:

print("x value : ",x)

if x==3:

break

x=x+1

Output:

x value : 0

x value : 1 x value : 2

x value : 3


Break Statement Video:





16 views0 comments

Recent Posts

See All

Python Modules

A module is a file containing Python definitions and statements. A module can characterize functions, classes and variables. A module can likewise incorporate runnable code. Gathering related code int