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continue block - execute just before the condition is reevaluated

The continue block allows you to define a block that will be executed just before the condition is reevaluated. If you write a continue block after while statement as shown below, you can write the process before moving to the next condition.

while (condition) {
} continue {

You can write any looping without using this syntax, so it's wise not to use it.

See continue syntax official documentation for a detailed explanation.

Is there a syntax in Perl that corresponds to C language or Java continue?

C and Java continue statement can go to the beginning of the next loop, but Perl uses next statement to do this syntax. For next statement, refer to the explanation below.

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