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24. Accumulating Intermediate Results

Radek Vystavěl1  
Ondřejov, Czech Republic

In this chapter, you will study the important case of using loops to process large sets of data. You will often use a loop to go through a large amount of data to accumulate (aggregate) some intermediate result, which becomes the final result after the loop terminates.

Sum of the Entered Numbers

A typical task in this category is summing a lot of values.


Say the user is entering numbers, with the last one being zero. In other words, users indicate they are finished by entering zero. ...

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