[Newbies] Does Smalltalk have "break" method to jump out of a loop ?

Benoit St-Jean bstjean at yahoo.com
Fri Nov 17 05:27:29 UTC 2017

It can be done like this with a return, for example

1 to: 10 do: [:each |  (each = 1) ifTrue: [^'Found it!'].
The caret makes you "exit"

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    On Friday, November 17, 2017, 12:21:20 AM EST, RedTigerFish <chihuyu at gmail.com> wrote:  
 In C loop, there is break method which allows the program to jump out of the
loop when certain criteria has been met.

What is the counterpart in Smalltalk if there's one?

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