1. ## For loop problems, input please.

I'm trying to run this for loop. I've included the entire code to try to solve the problem. I'm really not understanding why this is not looping. When I enter an invalid selection it should make the user input it again, but it's not looping. To re-create my problem when running choose a number greater then 5. The area's i'm questioning about are in red. Any input is apprechiated.

Code:
```#include "stdio.h"
#include "math.h"
#include "stdlib.h"

int main()
{
int selection, amount, count, prog;
double angle, angle2, angle3, radians, radians2, radians3, forcex, forcey, force, force2, totalx, totaly, value, resultant, direction, degree;
#define PI 3.141592654

printf("Welcome to the Cacluator of Statics of Materials.\n\n");
printf("1.  2-D resultant force at a point.\n");
printf("2.  2-D uknown force vectors with angles (Max 2) with known resultant force. \n");
printf("3.  I'm not sure yet. \n");
printf("4.  Directions. \n");
printf("5.  Exit the program.\n\n");
prog = 0;
for(prog == 0;prog > 0; prog++);
{
scanf("%d", &selection);
if(selection == 1)
{
printf("\nYou choose to calcualte a resultan force at a point.\n\n");
printf("Please input the amount of Forces: ");
scanf("%d", &amount);
int forces[amount];
count = 0;
totalx = 0;
totaly = 0;
for(count = 0; count < amount; count++)
{
printf("\nPlease input the unit value of force #%d: ", count+1);
scanf("%lf", &value);
forces[count] = value;
printf("\nPlease input the positive angle from the x axis: ");
scanf("%lf", &angle);
radians = angle * PI / 180;
totalx = totalx + forcex;
totaly = totaly + forcey;
}
resultant = sqrt(totalx * totalx + totaly * totaly);
direction = atan(totaly/totalx);
degree = direction * 180 / PI;
printf("\nThe unit value of the forces in the x direction is: %8.4lf \n", totalx);
printf("The unit value of the forces in the y direction is: %8.4lf \n", totaly);
printf("The resultant force is: %8.4lf units at %8.4lf degrees.\n\n", resultant, degree);
}
else if(selection == 2)
{
printf("\nYou choose to caclulate two unkown vectors.\n\n");
printf("Please input the magnitude of the resultant force: ");
scanf("%lf", &resultant);
printf("Please input the angle of the first unknown from the resultant force: ");
scanf("%lf", &angle);
if(angle < 0)
{
angle = angle * -1;
}
else
{
printf("Please input the angle of the second unkown form resultant force: ");
scanf("%lf", &angle2);
}
if(angle2 < 0)
{
angle2 = angle2 * -1;
}
else
{
radians = angle * PI / 180;
radians2 = angle2 * PI / 180;
angle3 = 180 - (angle + angle2);
radians3 = angle3 * PI / 180;
printf("\nThe first unknown is: %8.4lf units.", force);
printf("\nThe second unknown is: %8.4lf units.\n\n", force2);
}
}
else if(selection == 3)
{

}
else if(selection == 4)
{
}
else if(selection == 5)
{
printf("\nExiting the program.\n\n");
prog = -2;
}
else
{
prog = 0;
}
}
system("PAUSE");
}```

2. Code:
```for(prog == 0;prog > 0; prog++);
{```
Well for starters, you're not actually initializing prog here.

Quzah.

3. The ; at the end of the for loop as well means you do nothing a number of times.
Then all the stuff which follows it just happens once.