Code:#include <iostream> using namespace std; int main() { int n; // The loop goes while n< 9, and n increases by one every loop, right? for (n=0; n<9; n++){ //Now here is what I don't understand // What I don't understand is if I place n=9, the loop runs endlessly, why? // I thought by placing n=9, I was telling the program to add by one from one //up to 9 and when it reaches 9, it should stop. Instead it gives me endless 9s! cout<< n <<endl; } return 0; }