If you code an Exit statement in a loop, it will cause the application to
a. jump to the beginning of the loop.
b. jump to the end of the loop.
c. enter break mode.
d. jump out of the loop.
d. jump out of the loop. Exits a procedure or block andtransfers control immediately to the statement following the procedure call or the block definition. Exit Do is often used after some condition is evaluated, for example in an If...Then...Else structure. You might want to exit a loop if you detect a condition that makes it unnecessary or impossible to continue iterating, such as an erroneous value or a termination request.