Is it possible to do multiple operations in increment part of for loop in C/C++?

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  1. Raylan

    • 2015/2/21

    Yes it is possible. You can also declare multiple variables inside the loop and don't need to do it before.

    for (int a = 0, b = 0, c = 5; a < c; ++a, b += 2)
  2. Leonard

    • 2015/12/13

    . You can also declare multiple variables inside the loop and don't need to do it before.

  3. Garcia

    • 2020/2/8

    Yes it is possible. You can also declare multiple variables inside the loop and don't need to do it before. for (int a = 0, b = 0, c = 5; a < c; ++a, b += 2) Share. Improve this answer.

  4. Gonzales

    • 2017/10/13

    A loop in C consists of two parts, a body of a loop and a control to print our number and an increment operation to increment the value 

  5. Kendrick

    • 2018/1/18

    Use the comma operator:

    for (; a < c; ++a, b += 2)
  6. Shehu

    • 2019/9/25

    After each increment, the value of num will increase by 1, and it will be printed on the screen. Initially, the value of num is 1. In a body of a loop, the print function will be executed in this way: 2*num where num=1, then 2*1=2 hence the value two will be printed. This will go on until the value of num becomes 10.

  7. Ruggiero

    • 2016/4/9

    C++ For Loop - For loop have an option of incrementing or decrementing outside the loop body. Also for loops have an option of initializing the variable.

  8. Messina

    • 2017/11/4

    2. It has two test conditions joined together using AND (&&) logical operator. Note: You cannot use multiple test conditions separated by comma, you must use logical operator such as && or || to join conditions. 3. It has two variables in increment part. Note: Should be separated by comma. Example of for loop with multiple test conditions

  9. Juan

    • 2018/3/8

    In my opinion, the variable incremented in the for loop statement should only be used for keeping count of how many times we're looping. count might be set 

  10. Jensen

    • 2015/8/13

    Increment and Decrement Operators in C. Last updated on July 27, 2020 C has two special unary operators called increment (++) and decrement (--) operators. These operators increment and decrement value of a variable by 1. ++x is same as x = x + 1 or x += 1--x is same as x = x - 1 or x -= 1. Increment and decrement operators can be used only

  11. Billy

    • 2015/5/2

    The initialization and increment portions of a for loop are executed for their side effects. That is, the point is to initialize and change the value(s) of 

  12. Malakai

    • 2021/4/17

    In the while loop there is an if statement that states that if i equals ten the while loop must stop (break). With “continue;” it is possible to skip the rest of the commands in the current loop and start from the top again. (the loop variable must still be incremented). Take a look at the example below:

  13. Guerra

    • 2017/8/6

    Special Case for Post-increment operator: If we assign the post-incremented value to the same variable then the value of that variable will not 

  14. Fabian

    • 2020/7/19

    If you've written a for-loop before, then you have almost definitely used i++ before to increment your loop variable.

  15. Harold

    • 2021/7/9

    You can have any number of initialization and increment statements, but in practice, limit yourself to two or three. The condition controlling the loop may be 

  16. Julio

    • 2020/10/5

    It derives its traditional for-loop syntax from the original K&R C and has changed (It's possible but rare for traditional for-loops can have multiple 

  17. Layton

    • 2018/8/13

    For readibility of code during development, many programmers do not use the They are commonly used to control loops and to perform machine level coding.

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