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VB.Net force Next in a For Loop

Posted on 2004-04-19
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Hello,

Is there a way to force a the for loop to skip the iteration it is on and go to the next one? I know there is one in Java, but I can't think if what it may be in VB.

ex.

For i = 0 to count

Try
'some code that may cause an error
Catch ex as exception

'the call to jump to the next iteration of the for loop
End Try

Next

Thanks
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Question by:Gezna
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According to your code, it's going to go to the next item even if there is an error.
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