C# Programming videos | C# Part 9 - While Loops and Do Loops

Posted by Andrew Gould on 17 November 2014

A While Loop in C# allows your code to repeat a set of instructions while a condition is met. This video starts by teaching you how to write a basic While statement and moves on to explain how to avoid endless loops, how to break out of a loop, how to continue to the next iteration of the loop and also how to use the Do statement to change where your condition is evaluated. The second half of the video demonstrates how to use While loops in a practical context by looping over the lines of a text file - as a bonus you'll learn a little about StreamReaders and how to use basic arrays too!

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