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iOS Objective-C Basics (Retired) Functional Programming in C Loops

Sam Harms
Sam Harms
163 Points

I dont get this question

How many times will the following loop execute?

int i = 1; do { printf("looping"); } while ( i < 1 ) ;

Shouldn't the answer be zero since 1 is not smaller that 1 (i <1)

3 Answers

Stone Preston
Stone Preston
42,016 Points

do while loops are guaranteed to run at least once. they run once, then they check the while condition. If its true, it loops again, if its false, it stops.

Mike Baxter
Mike Baxter
4,442 Points

Look up the definition of "do while" and "while". They're a bit different from one another and you'll find your answer in that difference.