nested "do while"

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GrumpyDuckMan
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GrumpyDuckMan  

Hello friends,

I am a little confused at the moment. I'm not sure if a nested do while loop will corrupt data input after conditions change.

This post isn't really a question, but more advise weather or not a nested do while loop is ever effective or, a total waste of code space.

I'm sorry if my explanation is poor.

Marius Ovidiu Sunzuiana
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Marius Ovidiu Sunzuiana  
GrumpyDuckMan:

Hello friends,

I am a little confused at the moment. I'm not sure if a nested do while loop will corrupt data input after conditions change.

This post isn't really a question, but more advise weather or not a nested do while loop is ever effective or, a total waste of code space.

I'm sorry if my explanation is poor.

Better use for loop
GrumpyDuckMan
882
GrumpyDuckMan  

Hello friend,

Don't you mean "do" ?

My do statement isn't complete at the moment. My exit statements can't really execute until 'do' finished.

William Roeder
20208
William Roeder  
I am a little confused at the moment.So are we. No explanation, no code, no question, no mind readers here.
I'm not sure if a nested do while loop will corrupt data input after conditions change.Depends on the code inside your loop. No code, no mind readers here.
This post isn't really a question,No answers necessary.
but more advise weatherSunny here. Don't know where you are. No mind readers here
not a nested do while loop is ever effective or, a total waste of code space.Depends on what you need to do. No code, no mind readers here.
I'm sorry if my explanation is poor.No explanation at all, less than poor.
Mohamad Zulhairi Baba
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Mohamad Zulhairi Baba  
nicholi shen
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nicholi shen  
It's import that you read this. https://stackoverflow.com/help/mcve
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