ICSE Sample Paper Class X Computer Applications 2012

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ICSE Sample Paper

Class X Computer Applications

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  • @ belisha:
    in entry controlled loops the test condition is written before the body of the loop whereas in exit controlled loops the test condition is written after the body of the loop.

    in entry controoled loops, the body will not execute if the test condition is false whereas in exit controlled loops, the body will execute atleast once even if the condition is evaluated to false.

    for and while are entry controlled loops whereas do-while
    is an exit controlled loops.

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