Explanation and its kinda cool
Ok I was reading that Sams book about C and whatever, they were talking about the != so I used it in an 'if else' statement, then I decided to try a 'do while' statement and when I compile it it looks weird, I can't explain it, can you guys tell me why it is doing this(code wise)and also why when you execute the program why it looks like it is over lapping.
printf("Please enter the number 1: ");
if(userNum != x)
printf("Hey! I told you to type the number 1 not %d\n\n", userNum);
printf("Thank you for followind my instructions\n\n");
printf("This is the do part");
while(userNum == x);
P.S. I know why it is repeating cause I don't have a 'variable--' thing in it but why does it look so odd when you execute it?
Also how do you make it stop by using the -- thing, I tried while(userNum ==x; x--); but it wouldn't work, can someone help, this is my first attempt at these statement things.