Can we use break statement in a Python if clause?
Python's break keyword is used as decision control statement. It causes the remaining iterations to be abandoned and control of execution goes to next statement after the end of loop. Invariably it is executed conditionally and appears inside if block within a loop.
while expr==True: stmt1 stmt2 if expr2==True: break stmt3 stmt4
However it can't be used in an if block if it is not a part of loop.