Flow Control Statements
Flow control statements can be used to take charge of the execution flow on a method or block of code and direct it to jump to a different place in the application, rather than continuing through to the text statement linearly.
breakflow control statements are used solely inside loops, and will terminate the current iteration or the whole loop, respectively.
exitflow control statement can be used almost anywhere, and will completely exit out of the current method – optionally providing a return value for the method, as well.
raiseflow control statement will raise an Exception that will terminate the current flow of execution and will bubble up the call stack until it is "caught" by a [
yieldstatement is strictly speaking not a flow control statement; it will provide a value to return while generating a sequence, but execution will continue linearly after it.