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Post by nguyen yen on July 26, 2012

after the lesson i knw how to do the code but im asking for which situation to apply these examples above?

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Post by Jorge Guerrero on March 31, 2012

Thanks for a great lesson, Profr. Hillstrom; no doubt the more one practices the easier it gets to learn this and other languages. They all have similar structures. It's the syntaxis which gets tedious.


  • Loops, or repetition statements, repeat blocks of code without the programmer having to re-type them
  • Loops usually use Counters to count the number of times the loop has run
  • Counters usually use Increment and Decrement operators to add or subtract from the counter total
  • A continue statement skips the remaining statements in loop body and proceeds with the next iteration of the loop


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  • Intro 0:00
  • Types of Loops 0:05
    • For Loop
    • While Loop
    • Do…While Loop
    • For…in Loop
    • Main Purpose of Loops
  • Example 1: For Loop 4:21
  • Example 2: For Loop with Total 7:00
  • Example 3: For Loop in HTML 10:31
  • Example 4: Reverse For Loop 12:02
  • Example 5: While Loop 14:08
  • Example 6: Do While Loop 15:50
  • Example 7: Break Loop 17:06
  • Example 8: Late Break Loop 18:42
  • Example 9: Continue Break Loop 20:05
  • Example 10: For…in Loop 21:28