5 Control Statements: Part 2; Logical Operators


In this chapter you’ll:

  • Learn the essentials of counter-controlled iteration.

  • Use the for and dowhile iteration statements to execute statements in a program repeatedly.

  • Understand multiple selection using the switch selection statement.

  • Use the break and continue program-control statements to alter the flow of control.

  • Use the logical operators to form compound conditions in control statements.

  • Understand the representational errors associated with using floating-point data types to hold monetary values.

  • Understand some of the challenges of processing monetary amounts as we begin building a DollarAmount class, which uses integers and integer arithmetic to represent and manipulate ...

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