How to Use Break and Continue When Working With Loops in Bas

Loops in Bash repeat a set of commands multiple times till it finds the condition that matches. It is used to automate complex processes in scripts.

In Bash scripting, the statements Break and Continue are mainly used for controlling the execution flow, specifically in the loops. In simple words, Break terminates or stops the iteration right after it finds the first match. 

Continue works opposite to the Break statement. In the Continue statements, the loop skips the current iteration and moves forward to the next iteration.

Both statements have their specific advantages when writing scripts. You can handle specific cases more efficiently using the Break and Continue statements while working with loops in Bash.

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