Do-While Loops

The do-while loop is a version of the while loop. Though it is possible that a program will never enter the loop with a while loop (since it is possible that the condition is already met before entering the loop), do-while loops guarantee that the loop gets performed at least once. Watch this video to learn how do-while loops differ from the standard while loop.

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