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Is there an easier way to break out of nesting loops than throwing an exception? (In Perl, you can give labels to each loop and at least continue an outer loop.)

for x in range(10): 

for y in range(10):

print x*y 

if x*y > 50:

"break both loops"

I.e. is there a nicer way than:

class BreakIt(Exception):

pass try:

for x in range(10):

for y in range(10):

print x*y 

if x*y > 50:

raise BreakIt 

except BreakIt:

pass

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You can use the below-mentioned code to break out of nested loops:-

for x in xrange(10):

for y in xrange(10):

print x*y 

if x*y > 50:

break

else:

continue 

break 

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