Do you care whether or not that iteration is marked PASS or FAIL? You could always just throw an exception in a coded step to force that iteration to stop. But this will mark that iteration as failed in the process:
"Aborting due to condition X"
In the above example the iteration will only abort if the condition being tested is true. Else it will continue on to the next test step.
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