Use this statement to exit a compound statement or loop.
The BREAK statement is a control statement that allows you to leave a loop. Execution resumes at the first statement after the loop.
SQL/2003 Transact-SQL extension.
In this example, the BREAK statement breaks the WHILE loop if the most expensive product has a price above $50. Otherwise, the loop continues until the average price is greater than or equal to $30:
WHILE ( SELECT AVG( UnitPrice ) FROM Products ) < $30 BEGIN UPDATE Products SET UnitPrice = UnitPrice + 2 IF ( SELECT MAX(UnitPrice) FROM Products ) > $50 BREAK END
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