Programming in Swift: Fundamentals, Episode 25: Challenge: Nested Loops & Early Exit |

Practice working with nested loops and the break and continue statements on your own, through a hands-on challenge.

This is a companion discussion topic for the original entry at

For the example with the floor and room will it be possible to much easier to read, if you add both continue if-statements as an exclude statement in the where clause of each for-loop?
I know it will only work for continue-if-statements on every beginning of each for-loop.

floor_loop: for floor in 11...15 where floor != 13 {
    room_loop: for room in 1...4 where room != 1 {
        if floor == 12 && room == 3 {
            continue floor_loop