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A for statement is a looping statement that iterates through a set of values and executes one or more statements for each value.

A Boolean expression is followed by one or more statements in an if statement. Syntax. if(boolean expression) /* statement(s) will execute if the boolean expression is true */ if(boolean expression) /* statement(s) will execute if the boolean expression is true */ if(boolean expression) /* statement(s) will execute if the boolean expression is true */ if(boolean expression) /* statement(s) will execute

for the assertion (C) The for statement allows you to specify how many times a statement or compound statement should be repeated. A for statement's body is executed one or more times until an optional condition is met. Optional expressions can be used within the for statement to initialise and alter values while the for statement is running.

A while loop is a conditional loop that will continue to execute the block of code as long as the condition evaluates to true. A for loop is a looping statement that iterates over a set of values, exiting the loop when one of those values changes.

There are many benefits of using a statement in C Sharp. They include:

  • Easier debugging
  • Flexibility
  • Reduced code size
  • Better performance

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