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Old December 13th, 2006, 02:36 AM
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Default break statement

wat do you use instead of break statement in vb.net im new to vb.net

some statement

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it dose not required break statement. when compiler find condition1==true it will go inside if statement otherwise go to else and execute the statement & come out.

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Break statement is used to come out of loop basically like in for loop and while loop etc or it is used in switch case construct mostly
so the code which u have written break will be applicable if u are using switch case


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