Sometimes it is necessary in the program to execute the statement several times, and C++ loops execute a block of commands a specified number of times until a condition is met. In this post, you will learn about all the looping statements of C++ along with their use.
Loops in C++
There may arise some situations during programming where programmers need to execute the block of code several times (with slight variations sometimes). In general, statements get executed sequentially with a C++ program, one statement followed by another. C++ provides statements for several control structures along with iteration/repetition capability that allows programmers to execute a statement or group of statements multiple times.
C++ supports following types of loops:
do while loops
All are slightly different and provides loops for different situations.
Figure – Flowchart of Looping:
C++ Loop Control Statements
Loop control statements are used to change the normal sequence of execution of a loop.
Is used to terminate loop or switch statements.
Is used to suspend the execution of current loop iteration and transfer control to the loop for the next iteration.
goto labelName;labelName: statement;
It transfers current program execution sequence to some other part of the program.
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