break

break 
keyword 
is 
used 
to 
break 
out 
/ 
get 
out
 
of 
the 
immediate 
loop
 
and 
execute 
the 
next 
statement.
while expression:
     if condition:
           break
           #breaks out of the loop
#executes statement outside the loop
word = input('Enter a word: ')
for letter in word:
    if letter in 'aeiou':
        print('Vowel found!')
        break
Vowel found!

continue

Python 
skips
 
the 
statements 
after 
the 
continue
 
keyword 
in 
the 
current 
iteration/cycle 
of 
the 
loop. 
The 
loop 
does 
not 
stop
.
while expression:
     if condition:
           continue:
           #skips next statements and goes back to check the condition and starts from line 1 again
for num in range(1,11):
    if num == 4 or num== 6 or num==8: #When num = 5, it's False
        continue
    print(num)
1
2
3
5
7
9
10