For loops are used to iterate over a series of values and perform the collection of operations defined in the body of the loop. There is no C type for the loop in Julia, i.e.,
for (i = 0; i < n; i++). There is a “for in” loop that is equivalent the for each loop in other languages. Let’s learn how to use sequential traversals in the loop.
for iterator in range statement/'s end
for is the keyword for the for loop,
in is the keyword used to describe the context in which to iterate, and
end the keyword is used to denote the end of the loop.
a = [1,2,3,4,5,6] for i in a print(i, " ") end
In Julia, we can use a loop within another loop. An example is shown below.
for i in 1:3 for j = 3:5 println(i+j) end end
The while loop is used to perform a block of statements continuously before the condition is met. Once the state become incorrect, the line will be executed immediately after the program loop. If the state is incorrect when the while loop is first executed, the loop body will never be executed.
while expression statement/'s end
while is the keyword to start while you loop,
expression is the condition to be met, and
end is the keyword to end the while loop.
n = 0 while n<10 print(n, " ") n+=1 end
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