A loop is a set of instructions that is repeated until a certain result is achieved. Loops are used to run a group of instructions repeatedly until a certain condition is satisfied. The QBasic programming language supports the following sorts of loops to fulfill looping needs:
A loop is a series of instructions that are repeated until the desired result is obtained. Loops are used to run a set of instructions again and over until a condition is met. The QBasic programming language supports the following sorts of loops to fulfill looping needs:
● FOR…NEXT loop
The FOR…NEXT statement is used to run a series of statements a specified number of times. When you know precisely how many times you need to run the loop, it’s usually utilized as a counter loop.
CLS Fact = 1 INPUT " Enter a number "; n FOR j = 1 TO n Fact = Fact * j NEXT j PRINT “Factorial is “; Fact END
When a condition is true, the WHILE statement executes a block of statements continually. If the condition is true, the WHILE statement executes the body of the loop, and the loop ends when the condition is false.
Example: CLS INPUT "enter any number "; num n = num sum = 0 WHILE num <> 0 r = num MOD 10 num = num \ 10 sum = sum + (r ^ 3) WEND IF n = sum THEN PRINT "It is Armstrong " ELSE PRINT "It is not Armstrong " END IF END
Do While loop:
A do-while loop is a control flow statement that executes a block of code at least once before continuing or interrupting it based on a Boolean condition at the block’s end.
CLS c = 1 DO WHILE c <= 10 PRINT c c = c + 1 LOOP END
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