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    i picked letter C for #10 and letter B for #11.... am i correct?

    10. Which is the following statements is not equivalent to the other two (assuming that the loop bodies are the same)?
    (A) for (i = 0; i < 10; i++) ...
    (B) for (i = 0; i < 10; ++i) ...
    (C) for (i = 0; i++ < 10; ) ...

    11. Which is the following statements is not equivalent to the other two (assuming that the loop bodies are the same)?
    (A) while (i < 10) {...}
    (B) for (; i < 10;) {...}
    (C) do {...} while (i < 10);

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    For #10 you were wrong unfortunately. The answer is B.
    For #10 you were wrong again unfortunately. The answer is C.

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    FIXED

    For #10 you were wrong unfortunately. The answer is B.
    For #11 you were wrong again unfortunately. The answer is C.

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    I would say C for #11 if all three are valid loops.

    >> (B) for (; i < 10 {...}

    that doesn't seem valid. the answer is probably B

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    Originally posted by The Dog
    I would say C for #11 if all three are valid loops.

    >> (B) for (; i < 10 {...}

    that doesn't seem valid. the answer is probably B
    the automatic smiley faces messed it up. its supposed to be

    Code:
    for (; i < 10; )
    { ... }

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    then the answer would be C

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    The answer is C for both of them

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    I disagree, I say B for the first one.

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    Stop guessing and try writing some test code

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    You're right, it is C.

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