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  1. I encountered a strange behavior when using the Continue procedure in a repeat statement. The simplified snippet: program RepContinue; {$APPTYPE CONSOLE} {$R *.res} var i: Integer; begin i := 5; repeat Writeln(i); Dec(i); if i > 0 then Continue; until True; Readln; end. It was expected that this program will print 5 numbers: "5 4 3 2 1". But in fact, it stops immediately after “5”. Is it a compiler error, or is it the way it should be?