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The fundamental distinction between a do-while loop and a while loop is that in a do-while loop, the condition is tested at the conclusion of the loop body, but in the other two loops, the condition is tried at the beginning.

An exit controlled loop is a type of loop in which the test condition is checked after the body of the loop has completed. As a result, even if the test condition fails, an exit control loop will execute at least once. In C, for example, a do while loop. do int i=1.

Loops in Visual Basic are divided into three categories: for... next loops, do loops, and while loops.

A do-while loop is similar to the while loop except that the condition is always executed after the body of a loop. It is also called an exit-controlled loop.

Do... While the loop is of the type exit control loop, it verifies the condition at the end, so the loop will run unconditionally for the first time. If the condition for exiting the loop becomes true, the loop will be terminated; else, it will be repeated.

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