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public class Test
   public Shared Sub Main
        Dim As Integer
        For i As Integer = To 3
            j = 0
            Do While j < 3
                j += 1
                For k As Integer = To 3
                    Dim test1 As Boolean = k = 2
                    If test1 Then Exit For ' Exits the For K loop.

                    Dim test2 As Boolean = i = j
                    If test2 Then Exit Do ' Exits the Do.

                    Console.WriteLine(i & ", " & j & ", " & k)
                Next k
            Loop
        Next i
   End Sub

End class
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4.6.For
4.6.1.For To Next Loop
4.6.2.Using For/Next structure to demonstrate summation.
4.6.3.Calculating compound interest.
4.6.4.For loop with float point control number
4.6.5.Set For Loop float Step
4.6.6.Nested For Loop
4.6.7.Float step
4.6.8.Calculated step
4.6.9.Exit For 1
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