Unconditional Statements-Do while Loop

Started by thiruvasagamani, Sep 22, 2008, 04:18 PM

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Do-While Loop:


stmt 1;
stmt 2;
stmt m;
stmt n;

In following figure init means intialization,cond means condition,inc/dec means increment/decrement,st means statements

Rules for do-while loop:

Statements in do-while are executed repeatedly executed as long as condition is true.The moment condition is false,control goes out of do-while loop and statements outside the loop are executed.

It is post tested loop or exit tested loop that is condition si tested at the end of loop.Hence do-while loop is executed at least once.There is semicolon(;) after condition, it indicates that end of do-while loop.

Use for loop,while loop,do-while loop to execute a group of statements repeatedly until condition is false
Thiruvasakamani Karnan

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