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How to use continue to skip the rest of the iteration and go to the new iteration?

Asked by Juniper Sohn on 12 Jul 2019
Hi all, I am not sure if I an using my 'continue' properly since my values are starting to look weird at a point where I start using 'continue'.
Could you please tell me if my comments match the functions of 'continue' and 'break'?
for row = 1:88
if isnan(AU(row, col)) %------------------------------------------Current value missing.
while1TF = true;
while while1TF
prev = AU(row-1, col-1);
next = AU(row, col+1);
count=0;
while 1
if not(isnan(next))
break; %break from the inner-while loop
else
count = count + 1;
next = AU(row, col+1+count);
end
end
if not(isnan(prev))
while1TF = false; %from the outer-while loop
end
end
row = row - 1;
col = col + 1 + count;
elseif isnan(AU(row + 1, col)) %-------------------------------------Next value missing.
prev = AU(row, col);
diagonal = AU(row+1, col+1);
if isnan(diagonal)
col = col + 1;
continue; %Skips calculation, and enters the for loop for the next 'row' value.
else
next = AU(row+1, col+1);
col = col + 1; %used to be outside of if-statement.
end
else %--------------------------Keep going down the rows as long as the next row exists.
prev = AU(row, col);
next = AU(row + 1, col);
end
if prev > next
comp(row+1,1) = -1;
elseif prev < next
comp(row+1,1) = 1;
else
comp(row+1,1) = comp(row,1); %If the two comparables are the same, use the previous value (-1 or 1).
end
end

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