Updated: Jan 18
In c#, we have different loops that we can use to write our program. Loops are used to execute a piece of code as long as a specified condition is reached.
The use of loops is widespread has it has many advantages:
They most definitely save time (by reducing multiple code lines).
They help to make code more readable and improve its clarity.
Due to their simple logic, they also help to reduce code errors.
The doWhile loop is similar to the while loop but significant. This loop will execute the code block once before checking the result of the condition; then, it works as we saw in the previous loop (Will run as long as the condition return ‘true’).