Loops In C Programming
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- AnonymousDecember 25, 2018 at 3:12 pm #50618
Most programmers prefer “for loops”.
A for-loop in most languages will allow declaration of variables with lifetime persisted over the entire loop across iterations, and will typically also allow the evaluation of a specified expression after each iteration. These are nothing more than syntactical convenience, but they’re a convenience that can often prevent a great many bugs.
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- December 26, 2018 at 2:34 pm #50871
There is one reason to choose “for loop” over “while loop“: Readability.
By using a for loop, you’re expressly stating your intent is to perform some type of operating that requires initialization, a “step” operation, and a completion condition.
With while, on the other hand, you’re only stating you need the completion condition.
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