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Loops are control structures that allow sections of code to be executed repeatedly according to the controlling conditions of the loop. There are two types of loops: iterative loops and conditional loops

This category is about iterative loops. Iterative loop repeatedly execute a set of instructions as the iterator steps through a series of values. Types of iterative loops include forloops and foreach loops. Tasks in this category show how iterative loops can be used to accomplish repetitive tasks.