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Hello Leo,

I admit "continue" would simplify the code written, but why not use

for i=0,9 do
	if <continue_condition1> then
		if <continue_condition2> then

Or have I misunderstood your question?

Thursday, December 21, 2006, 3:07:57 PM, you wrote:

LR> Hi All,
LR> Languages like C and C++ have a handy "continue" construct that skips
LR> to a next loop (for, while) iteration. I am looking for an elegant way
LR> to achieve the same behavior in Lua. So far my best shot is using
LR> "break" inside of "repeat ... until true" block, see below

LR> for i=0,9 do
LR>   repeat
LR>     if i>=3 and i<=7 then break end  --exclude i= 3,4,5,6,7
LR>     print(i)
LR>   until true
LR> end

LR> Is there a more elegant way?

LR> --Leo--

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