Loops: break and continue

By Raul Rios

There are two kinds of breaks for a loop: The unlabeled break: break; The labeled break: break label; What you must know about the unlabeled break is: It terminates the innermost switch, for, while, or do-while You get a compiler error if not one of these loops encloses the break ..Continue Reading


By Raul Rios

There are four kinds of loops in Java: The while loop The do-while loop The for loop The for-each loop (enhanced for) The while loop It’s executed while the given expression is evaluated to true:

If the expression is initially false, the statement or block is never executed. The ..Continue Reading