Perl goto Statement
The Perl goto statement is the jump statement. It is used to transfer control by jumping to other label inside a loop.
There are three goto forms:
It jumps to the statement labeled with LABEL and resumes normal execution from there.
It is a generalization of goto LABEL. The expression returns a label name and then jumps to that labeled statement.
For currently running subroutine it substitutes a call to the named subroutine.
Syntax of Perl goto statement is as follows:
Perl goto Statement Example
Let's see a simple example to use goto statement in Perl language.
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