Imagine the case where we have two loops and you want to break from the inner-most loop out of the outer loop. This is often achieved with a flag:
With the labels, you can rewrite the above as:
You can do the same with a continue inside of a nested loop. In that case, you’ll break into the next iteration of the loop you continue to:
Whether you think this type of mild-goto usage is a good plan (I think it is when used correctly), its good to know they’re around for when you see them in use.