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A loop is continuous when it fully complies with the rules defined for that loop.

The following image illustrates the concept:


This loop has 2 simple rules:

  • Each red link must be followed by a blue link.
  • Each blue link must be followed by a red link.

When we close the loop at node A, we can see that these rules are obeyed by the complete loop. Therefore, this is a continuous loop.

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