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Jack Cummins17,417 Points
I liked the unenhanced for loop more than the enhanced for loop.
Do you agree?
Kabir Gandhiok12,553 Points
I agree! I like the old school for loop more too, because, for example, it is easier to use an elements index number and the element simply by doing:
System.out.printf("%d : %s\n", i, friends[i]);
whereas the same code in the for-each loop would be like:
System.out.printf("%d : %s\n", Arrays.asList(friends).indexOf(friend), friend);
Brendon Butler4,242 Points
I use both -- it depends on my application. If I need an iterated integer for some reason, I use the old school for loop. For more basic stuff, I use the enhanced for loop.