# do Loop

do loops have two opposite variants: do ... while and do ... until.

Like the while loop, continue can be used to skip to the next iteration, by-passing all following statements; break can be used to break out of the loop unconditionally.


#![allow(unused)]
fn main() {
let x = 10;

do {
x -= 1;
if x < 6 { continue; }  // skip to the next iteration
print(x);
if x == 5 { break; }    // break out of do loop
} while x > 0;

do {
x -= 1;
if x < 6 { continue; }  // skip to the next iteration
print(x);
if x == 5 { break; }    // break out of do loop
} until x == 0;
}