Is it possible to use the
break function to exit several nested
for loops? If so, how would you go about doing this? Can you also control how many loops the break exits?
AFAIK, C++ doesn't support naming loops, like Java and other languages do. You can use a goto, or create a flag value that you use. At the end of each loop check the flag value. If it is set to true, then you can break out of that iteration.
No, don't spoil it with a
break. This is the last remaining stronghold for the use of