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The 'break' statement terminates the immediate loop that it is written under. And unlike the 'continue' statement, the loop does not move on to the next iterative cycle. This statement is usually used to reduce the time taken if all the redundant of the lines of code are not executed for the build being worked on. 

for (int i=1;i<=3;i++)

{

                  if (i==2)

                  break;

                  System.out.println(i);

}

The above will print:

1

Statements like break and continue are pretty important if you're looking to learn java, it is highly recommended to understand these concepts.

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