A Quick Look at Java Loops

Understanding how loops work is vital to Java programming, says Seth Kenlon, in this article that covers while loops, do while loops, and infinite loops.

A while loop, for example, “performs a set of tasks for as long as some predefined condition is true. This is considered a control structure that directs the flow of a program. It's a way for you to tell your code what to do by defining a condition that it can test, and take action based on what it finds,” Kenlon says.

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