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doubt pg 340 of k&b

harinath chakrapani
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Joined: Jun 11, 2007
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the wordings are:
The enhanced for loop asumes that, barring an early exit from the loop, you'll always loop throught every element of the array. The following discussions of break and continue appy to both the basic and enhanced for loops.


i cant understand this.
any one please explain. thanks in advance

regards,
Harinath chakrapani
Manfred Klug
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Joined: Jun 04, 2007
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Hi harinath,

the following enhanced for loop

is basically something like this:
Sridher Reddy
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Joined: Mar 27, 2007
Posts: 8
to add to Manfred's explaination...
what the line also means is that, the "enhanced for loop" and the "basic for loop", both will continue to work the way mentioned above unless they encounter any of the
System.exit(0); or break; or continue; statements.


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