What you would learn in C#- Loopings and Decision Making course?
This course is designed to help you understand looping in C# and make decisions based on your problem description.
Looping is a method of executing a statement or set of ideas multiple times in a programming language. It depends on the result condition that will be evaluated to execute statements. To run loops, the result condition must be proper.
There are two main types of loops: Entry-Controlled Loops: Loops in which the condition to be tested must be present at the beginning of the loop body. Loop loops are entry-controlled loops.
1. while loop The test condition is given at the beginning of the loop. All statements are executed until the given boolean situation is satisfied when the state becomes false. The control will be out from the while loop.
2. for loop
for loop has similar functionality as while loop but with different syntax. For loops are preferred when the number of times loop statements are to be executed is known beforehand. The loop variable initialization, condition to be tested, and increment/decrement of the loop variable are done in one line in for loop, thereby providing a shorter, easy to debug structure of looping.
Exit Controlled Loops: The loops in which the testing condition is present at the end of loop body are termed as Exit Controlled Loops. Do-while is an exit controlled loop. Note: In Exit Controlled Loops, the loop body will be evaluated at least once as the testing condition is present at the end.
1. do-while loop do-while loop is similar to while loop with the only difference: it checks the condition after executing the statements, i.e., it will run the loop body one time for sure because it contains the condition after completing the statements.
Loops that do not evaluate falsely in test conditions tend to execute statements forever until an external force stops them. They are also known as infinite loops.
It is also known as nested Loops when loops are found within other loops.
For loop, while loop do-while loop
Foreach loop, switch case statement
break, goto statement nested loopings
If..else statements, decision making using loops
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