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C++ loop


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bobnewhart

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List two problems in implementing a C++ loop and then describe
solutions to these problems
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pomp

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What exactly do you need help with?
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what are you implementing the:

for(init;condition;increment) LOOP

while (condition)...do LOOP

do...while (condition) LOOP

be sure to design your loop carefully so it wont be stuck to an infinite loop. Otherwise you have to CTRL+ALT+DEL, force end task it.
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The problem is stack overflow or run out of memory ( usually ur loop cannot exit due to faulty conditions statement). This can cause the computer to crash.

Second is sometimes ur algorithm is not efficient enough causing longer processing time. Clever and ingenuity in code writing can eliminate this problem.
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