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ExitLoop is nice, but is there ExitIteration?

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G'day everyone

Is there a function that will abort the current iteration of a For...Next loop? I mean, the function "ExitLoop" lets the script abandon the loop altogether, but I only want it to abandon the current iteration of the loop. I tried this:

For $1 = 1 to 10

If SOMETHING Then
Next
EndIf

MsgBox (0, "", "Some message", 0)

Next

...but AutoIt doesn't like the fact that there is a Next inside the If..Then..EndIf.

Thanks

Samuel

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There is a command called ContinueLoop :graduated:


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There is a command called ContinueLoop :graduated:

Thanks, heh-heh.

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