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'Continue' stetement in Flow loops

Hi all

Does Flow have something similar to the 'Continue' statement in other programming languages? I mean, any trick that helps to "jump over" one iteration in the loop.

Thank you in advance!



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Re: 'Continue' stetement in Flow loops

Thank you, @v-yamao-msft , for your fast confirmation!

 

In the meanwhile, I am applying a very simple alternative, that is to implement an if-then-else / switch inside the loop, and leave empty the branch where the "skip one iteration" shall apply.



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Re: 'Continue' stetement in Flow loops

Hi efialttes,

 

I am afraid that currently Flow doesn’t have a statement can be used to skip one iteration in a loop.


Please consider to submit an idea at Flow ideas Forum, I will help collect and report it on my side.
https://powerusers.microsoft.com/t5/Flow-Ideas/idb-p/FlowIdeas

 

Best regards,
Mabel Mao

Community Support Team _ Mabel Mao
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Re: 'Continue' stetement in Flow loops

Thank you, @v-yamao-msft , for your fast confirmation!

 

In the meanwhile, I am applying a very simple alternative, that is to implement an if-then-else / switch inside the loop, and leave empty the branch where the "skip one iteration" shall apply.



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