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When we’re iterating through lists, we may want to skip some values. Let’s say we want to print out all of the numbers in a list, unless they’re negative. We can use continue to move to the next i in the list:

big_number_list = [1, 2, -1, 4, -5, 5, 2, -9] for i in big_number_list: if i < 0: continue print(i)

This would produce the output:

1 2 4 5 2

Every time there was a negative number, the continue keyword moved the index to the next value in the list, without executing the code in the rest of the for loop.



Your computer is the doorman at a bar in a country where the drinking age is 21.

Loop through the ages list. If an entry is less than 21, skip it and move to the next entry. Otherwise, print the age.

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