Python provides two keywords that terminate a loop iteration prematurely:
The Python break statement immediately terminates a loop entirely. Program execution proceeds to the first statement following the loop body.
The Python continue statement immediately terminates the current loop iteration. Execution jumps to the top of the loop, and the controlling expression is re-evaluated to determine whether the loop will execute again or terminate.
Could you please provide your code snippet so that I can demonstrate to you where you should use break to terminate the loop?