The objective of this session is to learn about programs using for or while loops.
We already talked about for and how to use it, in this session we are considering cases that the number of repetitions is not predetermined. By that we mean the condition to end a loop is only satisfied during the execution of the loop itself. The best way to solve such problems is using the while statement.
The structure of while loop is as follows:
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