In the last two tutorials we talked about the for loop and the while loop.  Both of these require a condition to be met to run a set of statements.  In some circumstances you may want to run a statement at least once even if a condition is not met.  For those circumstances we can use a do while loop.  The do while runs through the statements once and then checks the condition.

 

/* Intro to do while loop
   Nathan Neil */
   
   #include <iostream>
   
   using namespace std;
   
   int main() {
   
   int x = 0;
   	
   	cout << "Before Do\n";
   	
	do{     
     cout << "In Loop\n";
	x++
	}while(x!10);
	
	cout << "We are out of the loop!";
   	return 0;
     	
   }

 

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