Loops, loops, loops, loops, loops.

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    A loop is a programming tool that repeats some code or a set of instructions until a specified condition is reached. As a programmer, you'll find that you rely on loops all the time! You’ll h...

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    So first up... the [...] loop! Before we dive deep into the syntax of the [...] loop, let's do a demo. Inside enter_pin.cpp, we have a program that asks and checks for a password. It uses...

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    So now that we got a demo of loops, let's write one! The [...] loop looks very similar to an [...] statement. And just like an [...] statement, it executes the code inside of it if the condi...

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    The last one we held your hand, so let's try one on your own. As an example of iteration, we have the first program ever to run on a stored-program computer (the EDSAC ). It was written and run b...

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    ( FoxTrot )   Iterating over a sequence of numbers is so common that C++, like most other programming languages, has a special syntax for it.  When we know exactly how many times we want to ite...
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    In the last exercise, we saw an example of an incrementing [...] loop so here we are going to show you how to write a [...] loop where the counter goes down. When we know exactly how many times...

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    Great job! Key concepts covered in this lesson: - Loops perform repetitive actions so we don’t have to code those actions manually every time. - How to write [...] loops with a continue condi...

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