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1 also capitalises upon the ability, in C, to initialise variables as part of their definition. 2. 4 1 In this, and other ways, Coffers many aids to writing 'economical' (some would say terse) programs. The reader is encouraged to exploit these features but to bear in mind that simplicity and clarity of expression should not be sacrificed in order to produce 'smart', but not easily readable, programs. ESCAPING FROM LOOPS The break statement, which was used to escape from the switch statement, will also force exit from a while statement.
Usually, a determinate loop, where the number of iterations is known in advance, is most appropriately implemented by a for statement, while an indeterminate loop, where termination depends on some condition being satisfied, is better implemented as a while or a do statement. These are general rules, however and, as has already been demonstrated, C'sfor statement is powerful enough to enable it to be effectively used to control an indeterminate loop under certain circumstances. This being so, it is wise to consider carefully which particular statement is likely to yield the most natural expression of the loop's intent.
THE do STATEMENT The general form of the do loop is do statement while (expression) Our list of statements must now be extended to include the do statement. Any one of the resulting list of statements is suitable as the statement used in the general form given above. As an illustrative example, let us assume that we have access to a file containing one word per line. Our task is to sum, for each such word, the number of times that we find a vowel preceded by a consonant. The sum produced is a good approxima- Loops 49 tion to the number of syllables in the word.
A Book on C by R. E. Berry, B. A. E. Meekings, M. D. Soren (auth.)