troubleshooting Question

How to break out of a conditional statement in Powershell

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ndalmolin_13Flag for United States of America asked on
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Hello All,

This is a very basic question, and I feel bad even asking it, but here goes.  I'm writting a simple script.  I'm using a "Do" statement.  Here is what it looks like:

C:\Windows\System32> Do {
>>  code
>>  code
>>}
>>

How do I break out of the >> prompt?  Does that make sense?
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