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2 INCREMENT/DECREMENT OPERATORS ++ increases value by one x++ x = x + 1 -- decreases value by one x-- x = x – 1 Pre/post version ++x vs. x++ --x vs. x--
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3 DO WHILE STATEMENT do while statement – Allows repetition of a set of statements Can be seen as “do as long as” Basic Form do { statement // executed as long as expression is true } while (expression); Notice the semicolon after the expression in parenthesis Executes the statement at least once You don’t need the { } if you only need to execute one statement Example: DoWhileNumbers.html Example: DoWhile.html Any type of statements (including do whiles) in a do while
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Unformatted text preview: When to use a do while? When to use a while? 4 EMPTY STATEMENT Empty statement: represented by a semicolon It does nothing Example: if (x === 100) ; else { // task } Notice we don’t want to have code like the one above. We could rewrite it as follows if (x !== 100) // task If you add a semicolon to a while statement (not a do while) you may generate an infinite loop. Be careful 5 CODING EXAMPLE (PASSWORD READING) Let’s write a program that reads a password and allows a maximum of two attempts We will start with just reading the password and looping until a valid password is provided IN-CLASS LAB (20 MINUTES) 6...
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