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Python Programming Tutorial – 11 – Continue
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26 responses to “Python Programming Tutorial – 11 – Continue”

if the print(n) is right under continue it wont print anything,when moving it tab backward its good,and when another tag backward,it prints 19
explanation? 
10 dislikes for US beating Russian's!

kind of a dumb name for this keyword. skip would have been better. Just saying.

I put "break" in instead of "continue" for fun and I got what I expected in the output, 1
numbers_taken = {2, 6, 12, 34, 22, 13}
for n in range(1, 100):
if n in numbers_taken:
break
print (n)
However, when I moved the print command back one indent I get 2. why?
numbers_taken = {2, 6, 12, 34, 22, 13}
for n in range(1, 100):
if n in numbers_taken:
break
print (n) 
Nice work Bucky. If i will like to the numbers divisible by four, using the same example what will i do?
print("Here are the numbers that are divisible by 4")
for n in range(1, 21):
if n%4 is 0:
continue
print(n)
the outcome is a list of numbers not visible by 4. 
Any IDEA why this Program doesn't print n values:
———————————————————————————
JerseyNumbersTaken = [12, 17, 21, 25, 29]
print("HERE ARE THE JERSEY NUMBERS STILL AVAILABLE TO TAKE. ")
for n in range(1, 30):
if n in JerseyNumbersTaken:
continue
print(n)
———————————
output:HERE ARE THE JERSEY NUMBERS STILL AVAILABLE TO TAKE.
Process finished with exit code 0
————————– 
wow i was wondering why i cant do homework, but the problem was in "="
for x in range(1,101):
if x % 4 = 0:
print(x)
This doesnt work.. but it works with
if x % 4 IS 0:omg

for n in range(101):
if n % 4 is 0:
print(n)My first try homework, 2nd try edited removed 0 from it by range(1,101)
found another method by Increment by 4 reducing 1 line of code but the problem is 0 also gets involved.
for n in range(0,101,4):
print(n) 
continue is go on the loop and ignore the rest, but break is jumping out

for n in range(1,101):
if n % 4 is 0:
print(n) 
Made the mistake of typing: if n is numbersTaken: instead of: if n in numbersTaken:
It is useful to distinguish between the two different uses:
for n in range(1,20):
if n in numbersTaken[:]:
continue
print(n)print('n')
for n in range(1,20):
for p in range(0,len(numbersTaken)):
if n is numbersTaken[p]:
print(n) 
zoom in your screen or teach us how to get the font larger. It is kind of not seen clearly what you type out there

great Tutorial bro…u are the best ILU Bucky

for x in range (101):
if x%4 is 0:
print (x, " can be divided by 4 exactly.") 
always give us some assignments like you did in the previous one

what is difference between 'is' and 'in'??

for n in range(101):
if n%4 is 0:
print("you are done it is ", n)
break
else:
print("Go on") 
This program 11 not working with me , help 🙁

Please help me, i cant reinstall pycharm. its saying "NO PYTHON INTERPRETER SELECTED" Please help me….

Dude Thanks!

for i in range(0, 101):
if i % 4 is not 0:
continue
print(i) 
numbersTaken = [2, 5, 15, 12, 19]
print("Here are the remaining numbers:")
for n in range(1, 20):
if n in numbersTaken:
continue
print(n, sep='', end=', ') 
i had to wath this tut 5 times to clik the trick behind the continue thing….

when i am running the same code it is showing all the number

i dont understand the in part when typing for n in range……

Awesome dude thxx a lot
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